EARLY SPRING UPDATE
Welcome to my late-winter, early-spring website update. I'm feeling optimistic, not only because spring is in the air in Central California and I have some good notes to offer, but also because COVID-19 case rates, hospitalizations, and deaths are dropping as we begin the long road to herd immunity through vaccination.
Now on to the notes! I'm pleased to offer a wide variety of new National Bank Notes, including: scarce 1929 California notes from Hollister and the late-chartered Santa Ana bank; a great 1902 note from Mancos, Colorado; a tough 1902 New Britain, Connecticut example; a pair of Choice CU 1929 Oakland, Maryland notes; a lovely Value Back from Ishpeming, Michigan; small size examples from Lake Crystal and Mountain Lake, Minnesota; a tough 1902 note from Raton, New Mexico; a rare 1929 issue from Cold Spring, New York; 1929 Long Island notes from Farmingdale and Hicksville; a rare Port Chester, New York, Original Series $1; a nice, mid-grade 1902 $20 from Brookings, South Dakota; a higher grade Kingsville, Texas Type II $5; and a really elusive 1902 note from the Union National Bank of Seattle.
I was honored to have been appointed a Governor of the Society of Paper Money Collectors (SPMC) last year, and look forward to serving the membership to the best of my ability.
I wish you and your family good health and a positive attitude! Be well, and be safe.
I'm continuing to add notes to inventory, so please send your want list or check with me if you don't see what you're looking for. I am always interested in buying National Currency! Please contact me if you have National Bank Notes for sale. I'm also an active buyer of large size type.
If a note's entire description is in BOLD, just click anywhere to see a scan of the face. "FACE" and "BACK" notations are, of course, self explanatory. Unfortunately, I do not always have time to scan every note listed on the site. I gladly will e-mail additional scans of any note upon request.
Last Updated: March 8, 2021
P.O. Box 221148
Carmel, CA 93922