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Vice President and Assistant Cashier signed Large Size Nationals

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Coming one day, an 1882 $5 BB New York, NY The NB of Commerce in NY Ch. 733 J. Pierpont Morgan "Jupiter" signature as VP



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Slot NameSlot CommentCertification #Note InfoCountryGradePhoto
Mountville, PA The Mountville NB Ch. # (E)3808 Mountville, PA The Mountville NB Ch. # (E)3808 Solid 5s and VP signed PMG 15 Net Split $5 1882 BB Fr. 470 SN 5555/R326183R pp A/7 dtd. Nov. 4, 1887. Vice President signed, Solid 5s and one of only 3 $5 BBs from this Lancaster Co. Bank make this a note with multiple levels of interest. Beautiful penned signatures of J.H. Witmer, Cashier and C.C. Seitz, Vice President (John M. Froelich would have been Pres.). 8039335-006 $5 1882 Brown Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesF 15 NET
Ottumwa, IA The Ottumwa NB Ch. # (M)2621 $20BB Ottumwa, IA The Ottumwa NB Ch. # (M)2621 $20 1882 Brown Back Fr. 504 SN 2840/N895605N pp A dated Jan. 4, 1902. According to the Ehrhardt and Sweeney census, this is one of only two Brown Backs extant from this Ottumwa bank, and the sole $20 example. PMG Choice Fine 15 Net, with a small rust hole at the top left. Purple signatures of R.W. Funk, Assistant Cashier and a faded but legible signature of J.B. Mowrey, President. From The Alan Moser Collection of Iowa National Bank Notes. 5011596-001 $20 1882 Brown Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesF 15 NET
Portland, ME The N Traders B $10 RS Fr. 613 Portland, ME The National Traders Bank Ch. # (N)1451 SN $10 1902 Red Seal Fr. 613 PMG 25 repeater binary SN 1010/U575048 pp B/107 dated June 28, 1905. A very scarce Portland bank which issued First Charters, Brown Backs, and Red Seals only before closing in 1908. Barely a dozen notes of all types are known with with this note only the third Red Seal of any denomination to be reported. A bold red overprint and delicate pen signatures of J. (John) M. Gould, Cashier and F.O. Conant, Vice President (1903-1908)(President would have been Leander W. Fobes) are the traits of this pleasing PMG Very Fine 25 example that just has a couple of minor edge tears. From the Nate Smith Collection of Maine National Bank Notes. 5012442-008 $10 1902 Red Seal National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 25
Catawissa, PA The Catawissa NB Ch. # (E)7448 Catawissa, PA The Catawissa NB Ch. # (E)7448 SN 1 REPLACEMENT NOTE PMG 53 $5 1902 Red Seal Fr. 587R SN 1/B144561 pp D/18 Apr. 30, 1904 Assistant Cashier Nelle P. Vastine and Vice President C. P. Pfahler signed on this SN 1 Red Seal. The only serial number 1 Red Seal reported from this Columbia County bank. 5012810-002 $5 1902 Red Seal National Bank NotesUnited StatesAU 53
Cherry Creek, NY The Cherry Creek NB Ch. # (E)1048 Cherry Creek, NY The Cherry Creek NB Ch. # (E)10481 PMG 30 $5 1902 DB Fr. 597 SN 147/Y369699A pp C/353 Jan. 26, 1914. Bold penned signatures of Female Cashier Nora B. Lake and Vice President Edgar W. Curtis. 5004784-002 $5 1902 Date Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 30
Abington, MA The Abington NB Ch. # (N)1386 Abington, MA The Abington NB Ch. # (N)1386 $10 1902 DB Fr. 616 PMG 25 Repeater SN 1302/N773773 pp E/133 dtd. June 18, 1905. Signatures of G.R. Farrar as Cashier and Vice President W.S. O'Brien noted. Alphabetically, Abington is the first town listed for NBs in MA and a paltry 5 large size notes are known for this bank despite issues from 1865 to 1935! The only series of 1902 date back and a very desirable $10 Date Back at that! Ex Marvin R. Levine and at least one other person before me. 5012060-001 $10 1902 Date Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 25
Belleville, PA The Farmers NB Ch. # 10128 $10DB Belleville, PA The Farmers NB Ch. # 10128 $10 1902 DB Fr. 620 PMG 45 SN 1291/R655313A pp C/216 Dec. 18, 1911. The first of two titles for this Mifflin County charter. This is one of just eight large-size and one of two Extremely Fine graded pieces with none finer. Includes signatures of F.W. Warner, Cashier and Jos. T. Fleming as Vice President. Fleming would replace John Reed as President in 1913 or 1914. 1818454-011 $10 1902 Date Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesXF 45
Manawa, WI The First NB Ch. # (M)8710 Manawa, WI The First NB Ch. # (M)8710 $10 1902 DB Fr. 618 PMG 20 SN 436/Y734251 pp E/162 Feb. 16, 1907 Cashier penned signature of C.D. Dick and a faded stamped vice president signature, indicated with a penned V. Thos. Daly was the president--definitely not his signature. J.B. is visible and matches the VP listed in 1912 as J.B. Jensen. 3-$10 DBs including this note are in the Kelly census along with 2-$5s and 4-$20s. Waupaca County. 5004740-009 $10 1902 Date Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 20
Saint Clairsville, OH The First NB Ch. # 315 Saint Clairsville, OH The First NB Ch. # 315 PMG 30 EPQ $10 1902 PB Fr. 624 SN 17692 pp F/884 February 25, 1903 Bank officer signatures of A.L. Bumgarner, Cashier, and Jas. A. Patterson Vice President (signed for John Pollock, Pres. 1918-1928). The engraver spelled out February on this note. 1625737-015 The First NB Saint Clairsville Ohio
$10 National Bank Notes
United StatesVF 30 EPQ
Newport, NH The FNB Ch. # (E)888 Newport, NH The FNB Ch. # (E)888 PMG 35 $10 1902 DB Fr. 616 SN 631/B467277 pp D/33 Feb. 18, 1905 Pen signed by Sam D. Lewis, Cashier and John McCrillis vice pres. McCrillis later will become President. 2508046-013 $10 1902 Date Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 35
Newport, NH The FNB Ch. # (E)888 Newport, NH The FNB Ch. # (E)888 PMG 30 $20 1902 PB Fr. 650 SN 7428/B718737D pp B/342 Feb. 18, 1905 Stamped signatures of Sam D. Lewis, Cashier and John McCrillis, Pres. 2508047-008 $20 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 30
Brookville, IN The Franklin County NB Ch. # 5629 Brookville, IN The Franklin County NB Ch. # 5629 PMG 35 $20 1902 PB Fr. 659 SN 3417 pp A/874 Oct. 15, 1920 A bright and attractive Plain Back from this scarce Franklin County bank that has barely a dozen large size reported. Nice color and original embossing grace this crisp mid-grade note that displays unusually bold pen signatures of Frank Geis Jr., Cashier and vice president, John H. Brockwall? (President at the time was Wm H. Senour). 5004712-007 The Franklin County NB Brookville Indiana
$20 National Bank Notes
United StatesVF 35
Fostoria, OH The First NB Ch. # 2831 Fostoria, OH The First NB Ch. # 2831 PMG 15 $5 1902 PB Fr. 598 SN 11217 pp G/1554 July 19, 1902. About a dozen Large size reported on this better Seneca County bank. Overstamp of President with Vice Prest. Signatures faded but legible. Cashier is R.S. Powley. The President would have been long serving Andrew Emerine except the VP signed and that signature is illegible. 8049063-021 The First NB Fostoria Ohio
$5 National Bank Notes
United StatesF 15
New York, NY Liberty NB & TC Ch. # 12352 New York, NY Liberty NB & TC Ch. # 12352 PMG 15 $5 1902 PB Fr. 609 SN 2002 pp B/1290 Apr. 9, 1923 Beautiful engraved signatues with a not so common cashier. Fun to see radar SN 2002 above Series of 1902, a hundred year difference. PMG has noted a very light blue "annotation" on the back that does not detract in any way. This bank did not yet reach a decade of service to the City of New York before it folded under the pressures of The Great Depression. 8048717-033 $5 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesF 15
New Milford, CT The First NB Ch. # 1193 PMG 25 New Milford, CT The First NB Ch. # 1193 PMG 25 $20 1902 PB Fr. 650 Radar SN 40104/T713966H pp B/757 dtd. March 29, 1905. Great pen signatures of Assistant Cashier W.B. Bull and President C. (Charles) W. Hodge highlight this moderately circulated PB from this Litchfield County bank. 8050391-002 $20 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 25


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