National Bank Notes make up the most plentiful and extensive series of all US Currency. They were issued from 1863 to 1929 by thousands of local or small hometown banks. They were issued in 3 different charters.
First Charters or Origional Charters were issued from 1863 to 1875 as a result of the Act of February 25, 1863
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Here is a Fr.-484 or a 1882 $10 Browb Back wit a Charter # of 4090. It is from The State Nationa Bank of Frankfort, It has been graded at a PMG F-15.
THERE ARE ONLY FOUR OF THESE 1882 $10 bROWN BACKS KNOWN FROM THIS BANK....
This is a very nice 1882 $5 Value Back from The 1st National Bank of Owensboro, KY. The serial number is 7967. It has been graded as a PMG EF-40. The Charter # is 2605. There are only 4 known on the bank. This is almost a perfect note with ample margins a...
This is a very nice example of the $5 1902 Plain Back in uncirculated condition from the Citizens National Bank of Lebannon, Kentucky. The charter number is 3988. It is tied for the FINEST KNOWN!
THIS NOTE HAS BEEN RE GRADED AND IS CURRENTLY IN A PMG-...
This 1902 $50 Date Back from The Farmers National Bank of Augusta, KY is graded a PMG VF-25. Centered close at the top with nice color and decent paper quality. There are no rips, tears or pinholes. Super strong signatures with the Vice President signing ...