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    Monroe, MI- The Bank of Monroe $1 Feb. 10, 1837 G20 Rust 19 Lee MON-2-10
    The Bank of Monroe was one of the early banks chartered in the territory, being formed in 1827 before closing in 1830. After a brief dormancy, the bank was revived and again placed in operation from 1835 to 1838. The bank was acquired by Mormon interests in 1837, with Oliver Cowdery, who was a scribe to Joseph Smith, Jr. during the writing of the Book of Mormon, serving as president. His signature appears on this note. PCGS grades this note, which has a large central vignette of Ceres, Apparent Fine 12 due to a severed and reattached left end and upper right corner.
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