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$5 1882-Brown Back==FLINT, MI==AUTOMOBILE CITY==Kelly book at $4k==PMG VG-8
 
$5 1882-Brown Back==FLINT, MI==AUTOMOBILE CITY==Kelly book at $4k==PMG VG-8
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Description:
$5

1882-BB National Bank Note

1882-BROWN BACK

a ‘HOMETOWN NOTE’

or a ‘TYPE NOTE’

from

FLINT, (MI)

issued by

First National Bank of Flint

the national bank is identified as

Charter -- 3361

carries a value of

$4,000 in Fine—this problem-free note should be worth that!

this bank issued only Brown Backs, during its short time banking

a MICHIGAN rarity!

NATIONAL BANKNOTES

can be collected in many ways:

--examples from a specific town, county, region, or State; for some

collectors this is a birth place,

current hometown, college or university city, work location

--by denomination, all examples same denomination, regardless of issuing location

--one example from each State

--one example of each denomination, from $1 to $100

--by themes

--by grade, seeking only high-end certified specimens

--affordability, purchasing examples (for example) below $2000

--or without a specific format, acquiring whatever strikes the

buyers fancy , as opportunity and funds permits

--there is no wrong way…even a single example places a collector

eons beyond most folks.

aside from the rarity factor,

national banknotes are collected because they link

a person to a place:

--birthplace of collector, spouse, or children

--current residence

--same first or last name of collector

--city of high school, college, or work

this example seems to grade

PMG VERY GOOD 8,

utterly problem-free and without comment

findings consistent with the circulated grade of very fine

by checking various sources: auction results, dealers' fixed price

lists, advertisements in numismatic trade magazines, etc

we found a

comparable retail value of

$3750

for these same note in a similar grade;

we encourage you to do your own research

 
         
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