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$20 1902PB The California N.B. of Long Beach, CA Ch. #11873 Fine-VF A nice example from this popular location. There are 17 large size notes reported, of which just five are twenties. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 995.00
$20 1929I The First N.B. of Monterey, CA Ch. #7058 Fine. Ex-Phil Krakover Sale in 1990, and in my collection ever since. I recently upgraded it. Very much in demand! . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 675.00
$20 1929I The First N. Trust and Savings B. of San Diego, CA Ch. #3050 PMG Fine 15, which looks about right to me. Prices of even relatively common San Diego notes started going through the roof about twelve years ago, as several collectors began acquiring every available note from the county; prices are gradually coming back to earth, and this example is reasonably priced at $395. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 395.00
$20 1929I City N.B. of San Francisco, CA Ch. #13016 Fine, perhaps slightly better. A pleasing example bearing the second title of the Brotherhood National Bank. The only San Francisco bank from which series of 1929 notes are truly scarce. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 150.00
$5 1902PB The First N.B. of Ventura, CA Ch. #7210 Fine. Pinholes and a fairly unobtrusive stamped number on the back. A pleasing, evenly circulated example with legible light blue signatures. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 465.00
$20 1929II The Whittier N. Trust and Savings B., Whittier, CA Ch. #7999 VF. A nice looking note, with good color and some crispness remaining. This is only the second reported Type II $20 from this popular Los Angeles County location where Richard Nixon attended college. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 605.00