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$5 1902PB The United States N.B. of La Grande, OR Ch. #9314 PMG Choice Fine 15. A so-called "forbidden title," but of of course such titles were legal when these banks were chartered. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 495.00
$20 1929I The Philson N.B. of Berlin, PA Ch. #6512 Fine+, with a few pinholes. A scarce, private-named bank from Somerset County, with S.B. Philson signing as President. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 175.00
$10 1902PB The Bridgeport N.B., Bridgeport, PA Ch. #8329 Fine/VG. Split grade because the back is more soiled than the face. Quite decent overall. Just 11 large size notes reported from this Montgomery County bank. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 235.00
$5 1902PB The First N.B. of New Albany, PA Ch. #8973 VF. An attractive and very scarce Bradford County note with bold aqua signatutres. I can't guarantee the signatures are original, but they certainly are dramatic. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 425.00
$5 1902PB Mt. Airy N.B. and Trust Co. in Philadelphia, PA Ch. #13113 Fine. 7 large size notes reported with this title, and a paltry $1150 in large size outstanding. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 325.00
$10 1902RS The First N.B. of Webster, PA Ch. #(E)6937 PMG Choice Fine 15, with the notation "Tape Repair." Any such repair must have been done by a real pro, because the note looks great. Only six notes known from the town, and this is the only Red Seal. A really rare item! . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 995.00
$10 1929I The First N.B. of Hecla, SD Ch. #9679 VF. Ten small size notes reported, and a paltry $14,280 in small size outstanding. An attractive, scarce, South Dakota note, and quite obviously a replacement. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 495.00