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Signature Set Detail: Union National Banks



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Owner:
ddr70 

Set Theme:
NBNs with Union as part of the town's name or part of the bank's title.

Set Description:
Most of my 'union' notes are in PCGS holders, so I can't show them easily here.



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Signature Set Details:

Slot NameSlot CommentCertification #Note InfoCountryGradePhoto
Knoxville, TN The Union NB Ch. # 10401 Fr. 656 Knoxville, TN The Union NB Ch. # 10401 Fr. 656 Napier | Burke PMG 15 SN 52625 pp A/1022 1023083-013 $20 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesF 15
McKeesport, PA The Union NB Ch. # 7559 PMG 35 $5 McKeesport, PA The Union NB Ch. # 7559 PMG 35 $5 1902 PB Fr. 598 SN 41754 pp G/1346 dtd. Dec. 1, 1904 Edge Damage noted on holder. Dark, black, stampted signatures of R.M. Baldridge, Cashier and George Altmeyer, President. Baldridge's signature looks like R. III. 5011857-001 $5 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 35
New Castle, PA The Union NB Ch. # (E)8503 $20 1902 New Castle, PA The Union NB Ch. # (E)8503 $20 1902 PB Fr. 652 PMG 25 SN 2576/V474608D pp B/451. An extremely scarce bank in both large and small size, with just nine large and four small examples reported to date. County seat of Lawrence County, 50 miles northwest of Pittsburgh and near the PA–Ohio border just 18 miles east of Youngstown, Ohio. 8055906-007 $20 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 25
Union City, MI The Union City NB Ch. # 1826 PMG 30 Union City, MI The Union City NB Ch. # 1826 PMG 30 $10 1929 Ty 2 SN A000209 pp K185/270 Only 3 type 2 $10s and this one a new find and the finest out of 320 sheets printed. Only 15 sheets of Type 2 $20s! Branch County. 1886766-002 $10 1929 Ty. 2 Small SizeUnited StatesVF 30
Unionville, MO The Marshall NB Ch. # (M)3068 Unionville, MO The Marshall NB Ch. # (M)3068 PMG 25 $10 1902 PB Fr. 624 SN 3551/T350771B pp D/296 dtd. Oct. 2, 1903. A Replacement note on this private name bank. Signatures of W.A. Shelton, Cashier and N. (Neal) B. Marshall, President, remain substantially visible and their jumbo size adds to the note's unquestionable appeal. Carl L. Crooks assumed the role of cashier in 1918 whereupon one must assume Marshall kept Crooks under control. Unionville rests near the exact center of Putnam county, which is found far to the northern border of Missouri where you would expect to find a Unionville. 8013388-007 $10 1902 Plain Back National Bank NotesUnited StatesVF 25
Troy, NY The Union NB Ch. # 963 PMG 25 $5 1929 Ty1 Troy, NY The Union NB Ch. # 963 PMG 25 $5 1929 Ty 2 SN A009281 pp K206/388 with BEP Plates. Joseph E. Kober, Cashier and Edward Strecker, President. Ex The Collar City Collection of NY Nationals 1513938-024 $5 1929 Ty. 2 Small SizeUnited StatesVF 20


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