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    Rare Weyburn Security Bank Example

    Weyburn, SK- The Weyburn Security Bank $5 Jan. 3, 1911 Ch. # 805-10-02
    This is a strong candidate for our favorite note in the entire Flynn chartered bank section. It comes from perhaps the smallest locale to host a twentieth century chartered bank, with the population of Weyburn, located in rural Saskatchewan about fifty miles north of the U.S. border, well under 10,000 people when this note was issued. The bank had only one issue in only three denominations. This $5 note depicts a train entering a city, with what appears to be the entire population of Weyburn looking on. Bright Very Fine+++, a rare and wonderful note providing a fitting end to the Flynn chartered bank offering.
    From The Thomas M. Flynn Collection


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2008
    16th-18th Wednesday-Friday
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