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    Utica, Michigan Obsolete Group Four Examples.
    Utica- The Bank of Utica $1 Sep. 9, 1837 G2 Lee UTI-1-2
    Utica- The Shelby & Detroit Rail Road Company at the Bank of Utica 25¢; 50¢; $1 Lee UTI-3-6; 7; 8
    The Bank of Utica only survived about as long as many of its competitors, opening in 1837 and closing in 1839. The railroad notes were payable at the Bank of Utica, with the two smaller denominations featuring a coin vignette. All of the notes grade Very Good-Fine. The Bank issued $1 note is missing a corner at lower left.
    From The Karl Mark Pall Collection (Total: 4 notes)

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