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    Windsor, VT- The Ascutney Bank $1 May 1, 1848 G2 Coulter 1 Proof
    The Ascutney Bank was in business from 1847 to 1865 when it became the Ascutney National Bank of Windsor (Charter 816). PCGS grades this lovely black and white proof Gem New 66PPQ. There are two or three examples of this note known; two were part of a sheet which was noted as mounted in the ABNCo archives sale (lot 1973) and this example which shows no signs of mounting. It is possible that this note was from the sheet and was not impacted by any mounting adhesive, in which case the number of surviving examples is probably two rather than three.

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