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$5 1902PB The N.B. of Norwalk, CT Ch. #(N)942 Net Good, for edge splits and rough edges, but a decent-looking note with legible stamped signatures. Fairfield County. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 160.00
$10 1929II The Ocala N.B., Ocala, FL Ch. #9926 PMG Choice VF 35, with the notation "Rust." The single rust spot and trace of paperclip rust are minor and unobtrusive. This is the sole $10 Type II known. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 875.00
$5 1902PB The First N.B. of Driggs, ID Ch. #(P)10278 VF. 11 notes reported from this large-size-only bank, and more elusive in reality than that population would suggest. I've never handled one before. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 2675.00
$10 1929I The First N.B. of Moscow, ID Ch. #3408 VF. Pressed but quite presentable. Serial # A000001A. The first note from the first small size sheet. Very scarce as a number 1 Idaho note. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 3250.00
$20 1902PB The First N.B. of Payette, ID Ch. #(P)5906 Fine-VF, with strong purple signatures. Oddly, Third Charter notes are significantly scarcer than Second Charter notes from this elusive Idaho locale. The last 1902 Payette note to be publicly offered was in January of 2007! . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 2225.00