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    Lancaster, NH- White Mountain Bank $2 May 1, 1860 G8a
    A very scarce note that is the variety with a red TWO overprint and has the Santa Type I design. The 1988 Haxby reference lists a value of $200 in Very Good and $350 in Very Fine for these notes, a huge sum for an Obsolete twenty four years ago. PCGS assigned a grade of Apparent Very Good 8 to this example citing edge tears tape repaired on back as the reason for the apparent grade. The population of these notes is approximately two dozen. The note has a more than respectable appearance for the grade and the important Santa Claus vignette retains good detail. The bank operated from 1852 until failing in 1865.
    From The Roger H. Durand Santa Claus Collection


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    January, 2012
    5th-10th Thursday-Tuesday
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