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$5 1902PB The Utah State N.B. of Salt Lake City, UT Ch. #(P)4341 VG, with a fairly unobtrusive spindle hole. Well but evenly circulated, with faint but legible signatures. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 170.00
$5 1929II The First N.B. of Abingdon, VA Ch. #5150 EF A gorgeous, original, note. Just five Type II's reported, and this is arguably the finest small size note on the bank. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 565.00
$5 1902PB The First N.B. of Christiansburg, VA Ch. #7937 Fine-VF. A few tiny paper pulls are offset by strong signatures. A tough note with an interesting town name. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 620.00
$10 1929I The First N.B. of Emporia, VA Ch. #8688 Fine, with pinholes. A very tough note, just 13S and a Track & Price value of $1250. Includes a postcard of the bank circa 1929. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 515.00
$20 1902PB The Union N.B. of Seattle, WA Ch. #(P)11280 Fine-VF or better. A nice, bright example with engraved bank signatures. Large size Seattle notes are fairly scarce in general, but this is the rare first title of this bank! . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 850.00
$20 1902PB The First N.B. of Madison, WI Ch. #144 EF/VF-EF with really trivial foxing mentioned for accuracy. This is a great-looking state capital note. The face looks CU at first glance. Perfect for a state capital set, particularly since high grade large size Madison notes don't grow on trees. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 425.00