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    Cincinnati, (OH)- Unknown Issuer "James Monroe Post Notes" $2; $3
    In the November 1932 issue of The Numismatist and follow up pieces in several subsequent issues, H.A. Brand and several others presented information they had uncovered concerning these James Monroe Post Notes as they're known. The notes were believed to have been printed for the banking house of J.H. Piatt & Co. circa 1810 to 1815. They were engraved by Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co. of Philadelphia. The $2 is Choice Crisp Uncirculated and the $3 is About Uncirculated.


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    Jun-Jul, 2010
    29th-6th Tuesday-Tuesday
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