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    Detroit, MI- Bank of Michigan $1 1835-39 Twenty-three Examples
    The Bank of Michigan was chartered in late 1817 and closed in 1842. Two different $1 designs are in this lot. Several notes have either missing parts or stamp-hinge repairs and one note has had had a large amount of ink spilled on it. Also, several interesting broker, bank, reissued, and/or advertising stamps are cited. Serial number 14488-B was used as the plate note on page 155 in the Lee Michigan reference book. About Good or better. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 23 notes)

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    January, 2016
    26th Tuesday
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