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$5 1902PB  The Twelfth Street N.B. of St. Louis, MO  Ch. #12491  Fine, with a trivial edge nick.  A scarcer St. Louis note with a Kelly value of $400.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   $225.00

$10 1929I  The American N.B. of Helena, MT  Ch. #4396  Fine+.  18S with this title.  An evenly circulated state capital note.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   395.00

$10 1882DB  The First N.B. of Beatrice, NE  Ch. #(W)2357  VF  Lots of pinholes, but a bright and attractive Second Charter note with bold pink stamped signatures.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   675.00

$10 1902PB  The First N.B. of Weeping Water, NE  Ch. #3523  Fine/VG, with a couple of very rough edges.  Tough in large size, with a Kelly value of $600.  What a great town name!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   475.00

$10 1929I  The Farmers and Merchants N.B. of Eureka, NV  Ch. #11784  VG-Fine.  Well but evenly circulated, with no problems.  Neat name, and a bank that was rarely seen until the leading Nevada collector disposed of his collection a couple of years ago.  Compare the more or less current Track and Price value of $2200 in VG with the 2008 Kelly value of $6000!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   1850.00

$5 1902PB  The First N.B. of Winnemucca, NV  Ch. #3575  PMG Fine 12.  I would say more like VG.  Another note that was a big deal until a couple of years ago.  Mark my words, Nevada notes will never be cheaper.  Fascinating to see the Kelly price of $15,000 in 2008.  Priced well below the much more realistic Track and Price value of $4800 in VG.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   2950.00

$10 1929I  The Mechanicks N.B. of Concord, NH  Ch. #2447  VF-EF.  Bright, crisp, and ideal for a small size state capital or state set.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   295.00

$10 1929II  The First N.B. of Clinton, NJ  Ch. #2246  Fine, with a trace of rust visible in the bottom margin on the back.  Only the second Type II $10 to surface.  Hunterdon County.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   395.00

$0.01 Encased 1926 Lincoln Cent, Peoples N.B. of Elizabeth, NJ, Ch. #11744  AU-ish.   . . .   OBVERSE   . . .   REVERSE   . . .   45.00

$5 1929I  The First N.B. of Fairview, NJ  Ch. #12465  AG  Quite possibly the worst surviving example from this rather scarce Bergen County bank.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   57.00

$10 1902PB  The First N.B. of Albuquerque, NM  Ch. #2614  PMG VF 30 EPQ.  A very attractive note.  Pair it with the Tucson note and get a major jump on your large size state set!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   595.00

$10 1929I  The First N.B. of Santa Rosa, NM  Ch. #6081  PMG VF 20.  I would call it VG-Fine with a tiny paper pull.  In any event it's a decent and very scarce example from the only bank to issue in this small New Mexico location.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   875.00

$5 1929I  The N.B. of Andes, NY  Ch. #11243  Fine-VF.  An elusive Delaware County issue.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   475.00

$5 1929II  The Keeseville N.B., Keeseville, NY  Ch. #1753  VF or so.  Essex County.  Only the second known $5 Type II.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   350.00

$5 1929II  The Peoples N.B. of Brooklyn in New York, NY  Ch. #9219  VF+.  The is the tenth $5 Type II to appear.  Oddly, Type II's outnumber Type I's from this bank, and the $10 Type II's are the most common type by far.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   145.00 

 $10 1902PB  The Fordham N.B. in New York, NY  Ch. #12825  VG-Fine.  A scarce neighborhood bank with a Kelly value of $500!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   275.00

$20 1929I  The Dunbar N.B. of New York, NY  Ch. #13237  Fine.  The Dunbar National Bank was founded and principally owned by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and was located within the Paul Laurence DunbarApartments at 2824 Eighth Avenue at 150th Street. It not only was the sole bank of its era  in Harlem managed and staffed by African-Americans, but one of only two African-American-run National Banks that issued notes.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   115.00

$5 1929II  The N.B. of Queens County in New York, NY  Ch. #13296  Fine, with a few pinholes.  The note looks better than the scan.  Just 26 are reported with the Queens title.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   250.00

$10 1929I  The Exch. N.B. of Olean, NY  Ch. #2376  Fine   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   64.00

 $5 1929II  The First N.B. of Gastonia, NC  Ch. #4377  EF.  The rarest 1929 type and denomination from the bank, and this one is a nice, high grade example.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   245.00

$5 1929I  The First N.B. of Thomasville, NC  Ch. #8788  EF-AU.  Great eye-appeal, no problems!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   365.00

$10 1902PB  First N.B. at Smithfield, OH  Ch. #13171  PMG VF 25.  A very short-lived bank, organized on January 17, 1928 and placed into receivership on September 10, 1931.  In keeping with the late charter date, this pleasant looking, evenly circulated, note bears Woods-White Treasury signatures.  The bank signatures, in two different colors of ink, are of W.W. Thomasson and M.B. Cole.  This example -- newly discovered -- is serial number A/153 of just 602 total sheets of large size notes issued.  Not surprisingly, it is only the second large size note to surface.  The 2008 Kelly value is $4000.  From almost any state other than Ohio, a note this special would sell in a flash at a high four- to low five-figure level.  A very rare item at a bargain price!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   2400.00

$10 12929II  First N.B. at Ardmore, OK  Ch. #13677  Fine, with a stain in the left margin on the back.  Quite presentable.  Just 16S, with this being the fifth Type II $10 to appear.  A popular and elusive location for Nationals.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   360.00