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$5 1902-ND==DE LAND IL==Ch 5699==RETAILS $1300==PMG VERY FINE net
$5 1902-ND==DE LAND IL==Ch 5699==RETAILS  $1300==PMG VERY FINE net
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                                            1902  National Bank Note

                                           Type with NO DATE on back

                                     ‘HOMETOWN NOTE’


                      DE LAND,  (IL)

                                                            issued  by

                             The First National Bank of DE LAND

                                          the national bank is identified as

                                                   Charter – 5699

                                              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 grades

                                           PMG VERY FINE 25 net

                                                     additional comments

                                         splits and stains primarily on the back only and are relatively minor

                                                     ONLY TEN LARGE examples—


by checking various sources: auction results, dealers' fixed price lists, advertisements in numismatic trade magazines, etc we found a


                                                Track and Price estimate of:



                                      for this same note in a similar grade;

                                    we encourage you to do your own research