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    Salt Lake City, UT- The Drovers Bank $2 July 1, 1856 G4a
    An attractive example of this Ormsby designed note. There is a red overprinted stamp of clearly what appears to be a catfish, which, considering the date of the note, might have been applied by a young Tom Denly to commemorate the first fish he caught. (Actually, according to Douglas Nyholm's new book, Mormon Currency 1837-1937, the catfish overprint was used to advertise a local market in Salt Lake City, and appears both on the Drovers Bank issues from Leavenworth City, KS as well as Salt Lake City.) PMG Very Fine 30.


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