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Note Description: $10 1902 Plain Back National Bank Notes
Grade: VF 20
Country: US
Note Number: 634
Seal Type: Blue
Certification #: 8062357-002  
Owner: ddr70
Sets Competing: Not competing in any sets
Date Added: 7/3/2019
Research: See PMG's Census Report for this Note

Owner's Description

Bangor, PA The First NB Ch. # 2659 PMG 20 solid 8s $10 1902 PB Fr. 634 SN 8888 pp B/947 Mar. 14, 1922. Strong, black bank officers' signatures are seen for A.G. Abel, Cashier and Oliver LaBar, President. Bangor is the traditional center of commerce in the Slate Belt region of Northampton County, PA. Named for its sister city in Bangor, Wales, Bangor and the slate quarries within and surrounding it, were and still are known for the finest slate utilized for roofing tiles, school blackboards and artisan craft uses.

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