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$10 1902PB  The Greenville N. Exch. B., Greenville, TX  Ch. #8581  VG, with a short, unobtrusive edge tear.  Presentable note.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   $220.00

$5 1929II  Vermont-Peoples N.B. of Brattleboro, VT  Ch. #1430  VF-EF.  A bright, crisp example, the better of only two reported Type II $5s.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   235.00

$10 1929I  The First N.B. of White River Junction, VT  Ch. #3484  VF-EF.  Simply a beautiful, bright, crisp example with this neat three-word town name.  Not an ultra rarity, but to me notes like this are what Nationals are all about.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   275.00 

$20 1929I  The First N.B. of Brillion, WI  Ch. #7224  PMG Choice CU 64, with the comment "Charter Number Partially Faded."  I disagree with PMG.  To me, it appears that the right charter number either had insufficient ink when printed or was blotted against something at the BEP.  But take a look at the scan and come to your own conclusion.  In any event, this is a really nice, high grade Brillion note.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   275.00

$10 1929I  The First N.B. of Columbus, WI  Ch. #178  VG-Fine, with a lot of pinholes.  Not a bad note overall.  The Kelly value is $350!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   165.00

$10 1929II  First N.B. in Tigerton, WI  Ch. #14150  Fine, with a few pinholes.  This 14000-Charter bank is legendary for the existence of a couple of notes with mismatched Charter numbers.  Unfortunately this isn't one of them, but it's still an elusive small town, high Charter bank.  The Kelly value is $600.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   395.00