1902-ND National Bank Note
a ‘HOMETOWN NOTE’
or a VERY IMPORTANT ‘TYPE NOTE’
The First National Bank
the national bank is identified as
Charter – 11099
ONLY 1 OF 10 KNOWN!!
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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
--same first or last name of collector
--city of high school, college, or work
this example has been graded:
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The note shows even wear, making it a rare and attractive example.
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