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    St. Paul, MN- Dayton Bank $2 185_ Remainder G4a Hewitt A505 D2b
    Lyman Dayton was a wealthy real estate speculator who tried to start a bank during the course of 1856-57. He met with little success and the bank was listed as "worthless" as early as 1859. Few, if any notes, made it to circulation with only proofs and remainders known today. The $2 note features a portrait of Mr. Dayton and is graded Uncirculated with two small areas of stamp hinge adhesive residue on the back upper corners.
    From The Gensch Numismatic Trust Collection


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    January, 2013
    9th-14th Wednesday-Monday
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