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    Excessively Rare 1796 Bank of the United States Note

    New York, NY- Bank of the United States $10 March 25, 1796 G258
    An excessively rare early note from the first Bank of the United States. As it is not marked counterfeit (although there are two other reverse endorsements) and no counterfeits are listed in Haxby for this design, we are presuming it genuine. It is listed as SENC in Haxby as well, and, as are all 18th century issues, it is excessively rare, and, in this case, possibly unique. Very Good, overall, with some minor splits and a contemporary tear which is sewn shut, but displaying an incredible amount of detail for the grade.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2003
    9th-11th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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