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    Nashua, NH- White & Hill at Indian Head Bank 25¢ Oct. 1, 1862
    The firm of White & Hill used these scrip notes to make change during the Civil War when coinage disappeared from circulation. The Indian Head Bank served as the redemption agent and redeemed notes which were presented for payment out of funds which had been deposited with them by White & Hill. The note is in nice unmolested (save for one tiny pin hole) Fine-Very Fine condition.


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    January, 2013
    15th Tuesday
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