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    Plymouth, MI- Wayne County Bank at Plymouth $10 18__ Remainder G10 Lee PLY 1-7 PMG Very Fine 30.
    This is a much scarcer Michigan bank, and is rarely encountered in the choice condition of this example. The $10 notes from the series boast some strong auction records that coincide with Wallace Lee's high catalog value of $600. A framed image of the head of a boar (an emblem used on Continental currency) is at top center flanked by "X" dies. Both ends show elaborate engraved details at top and bottom. A large "10" die is at the center at the left end. The right end shows a circular vignette with the seated Native American adapted from Chapman's, The Ruins of Jamestown. He is on one side of a shield, an eagle is on top, and a well-dressed man holding a sextant is on the other side. We sold this same note for $690 in our 2004 FUN sale. A gorgeous example.


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    March, 2020
    3rd Tuesday
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