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District of Columbia Currency Value - How Much Are District of Columbia National Bank Notes Worth?

Of the more than 12,000 banks that issued currency under this system, only 27of them were District of Columbia National Banks, including Georgetown issues. What's more, only about 3,000 District of Columbia National Bank Notes have been reported within currency circles. While the most common Series 1929 notes in circulated grades are available for around $100, the most expensive notes can be worth tens of thousands of dollars.

Below is a complete list of banks that issued National Bank Notes in District of Columbia. Click here for a free auction appraisal.

District of Columbia Banks Issuing National Bank Notes

  • Charter # 26 - The First National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 526 - The National Bank of the Metropolis of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 627 - The Merchants National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 682 - The National Bank of Georgetown of Georgetown, DC
  • Charter # 875 - The National Bank of the Republic of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 1069 - The National Metropolitan Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 1069.2 - The National Metropolitan Citizens Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 1069.3 - The National Metropolitan Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 1893.2 - The Citizens National Bank of Washington City, DC
  • Charter # 1928 - The Farmers & Mechanics National Bank of Georgetown, DC
  • Charter # 1928.2 - The Farmers & Mechanics National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 2038 - The Second National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 2358 - The German-American National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 2382 - The Central National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 3425 - National Bank of Washington of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 3625 - The Columbia National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 4107 - The National Capital Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 4195 - The West End National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 4244 - The Traders National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 4247 - Lincoln National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 4522 - The Ohio National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 5046 - The Riggs National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 6716 - American National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 7446 - The Commercial National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 7936 - The National City Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 9545 - The District National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 10316 - Federal National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 10316.2 - Federal-American National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 10504 - The Franklin National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 10825 - The Dupont National Bank of Washington, DC
  • Charter # 13782 - Hamilton National Bank of Washington, DC

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