ddr70s First through 10th Nationals
First-no The-KS

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Larned, KS First NB Ch. # (W)7125 (No "The") PMG 40 $20 1902 PB Fr. 650 SN 846/K100148H pp A/781

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Note Description: $20 1902 Plain Back
Grade: XF 40
Country: United States
Note Number: 650
Seal Type: Blue
Certification #: 5009597-012
Owner: ddr70
Set Category: Nationals
Set Name: ddr70s First through 10th Nationals
Slot Name: First-no The-KS
Research: See PMG's Census Report for this Note

Owner's Description

Larned, KS First NB Ch. # (W)7125 (No "The") $20 1902 PB Fr. 650 PMG 40 SN 846/K100148H pp A/781 Jan. 27, 1904 A well preserved example of this scarce Pawnee County bank's second title, one of only four such large size notes listed in the census, and easily the finest large size note known from here with either title. First title was Moffet Brothers' NB. The county seat of Pawnee County, Larned was built on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad at the confluence of the Pawnee and the Arkansas Rivers. Named for nearby Fort Larned, it was laid out in December, 1873. Larned, Kansas and the fort that was constructed there are named in honor of Colonel Benjamin F. Larned, the paymaster general of the United States Army at the time the post was established. Colonel Larned never came to Kansas.

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