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$10 1929II  The Thornton N.B. of Nevada, MO  Ch. #9382  Fine+, or better.  Just six Type II tens reported.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   $225.00

$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   . . .   215.00

$10 1929II  The First N.B. of Whitefish, MT  A great town name from Montana!  It also is elusive as a Type II:  It’s only the second Type II to surface that isn’t part of a sheet.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   750.00

$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   . . .   595.00

$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   . . .   450.00

$10 1929I  The Wilton N.B., Wilton, NH  Ch. #13247  Fine-VF.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   150.00

$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   . . .   350.00

$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   . . .   54.00

$10 1902PB  Peninsula N.B. of Cedarhurst, NY  Ch. #11854  PCGS VF 25, "Small Edge Splits."  A very nice looking example.  The edge splits are barely discernable.  Just 13 large size notes reported from this Nassau County, Long Island issuer.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   975.00

 $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   . . .   255.00

$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   . . .   225.00

$5 1882VB  The Suffern N.B., Suffern, NY  Ch. #(E)5846  PMG VF 25.  11 large size notes reported, with this being only the second $5 Value Back.  A very scarce Rockland County issuer for large size notes, and this is a problem free example of a scarce type.  . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   1965.00

$10 1882BB  The N.B. of Walden, NY  Ch. #5053  VF, with a stain removed from the face.  Otherwise it's a bright, attractive note with good color and strong pen signatures.  This is the only known $10 Brown Back, and from the rarest of Walden's three issuing banks.  Walden is in well-collected Orange County.  The Kelly price is $2500.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   1295.00

$10 1929II  The First N.B. of Marion, NC  Ch. #6095  Good-VG "Net," with edge tears.  Still intact and collectible.  22 small size, with this being only the second Type II $10.  . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   325.00

$5 1929I  The First N.B. of Thomasville, NC  Ch. #8788  EF-AU.  Great eye-appeal, no problems!   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   350.00

$20 1902PB  The First N.B. of Hominy, OK  Ch. #(W)7927  Fine, with 16 pinholes (or possibly eight sets of holes from tiny staples).  They are only visible when the note is held up to a light.  Otherwise this is a pleasing, evenly circulated note with legible pen signatures.   . . .   FACE   . . .   BACK   . . .   450.00