ddr 70s small nat'ls One/Denom PA #1
Small Size US $10 1929 Fr. 1801

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Note Description: Ty. 2
$10 1929 Ty. 2 Small Size
Grade: 64 EPQ
Country: US
Note Number: 1801-2
Seal Type: Small Brown
Certification #: 1144185-018  
Owner: ddr70
Sets Competing: DDR70's Nat'ls  Score: 789
ddr70s $10 Design Set  Score: 789
ddr 70s small nat'ls One/Denom PA #1  Score: 789
ddr70's Hamilton Portrait Type Set  Score: 789
Date Added: 1/12/2009
Research: See PMG's Census Report for this Note

Owner's Description

Middleburgh, PA - The First NB Charter # 4156 PMG 64 EPQ $10 1929 Ty. 2 SN A000714, pp F187/300. The colors are lovely and the bank title embossing is very conspicuous on this $10. E.W.P. Benfer, Cashier and J.G. Thompson, President. Middleburgh is the county seat of Snyder County, Pennsylvania. Middleburgh was originally named Swinefordstown (Swinefordstettle in the Pennsylvania Dutch dialect) after John Albright Swineford who ran a tavern here in 1787. He was also the owner of land located on the north bank of the Middle Creek on which engineer Frederick Evans laid out the town in 1800. Around 1825, the town became known as Middleburgh and in 1864 was incorporated as a borough.

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