Small size National Bank Notes were issued from July 1929 to March 1935. Only $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 denominations were issued and all are now obsolete. All series of 1929 bear the Woods and Jones signatures and carry a Brown seal.
Small Size National Banks Notes were issued in two distinct types of currency.
Type one was issued from July 1929 to May 1933 and featured two black charter numbers on the face of the note.
Type two was issued from May 1933 to March 1935 and featured four black charter numbers on the face of the note, the two additional ,charter numbers are in brown ink alongside the two serial numbers. Type two notes are considered scarcer than the type one in most cases.
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This is one of those cool notes with a cool name! Newville.
This note is a 1929 $10 NBN type-1 from The First National Bank of Newville, Pennsylvania. It is located in Cumberland County. It has a low charter number of 60.
This note is also the ver...
This is one of the two "Coolest Named NB Notes" that exists. The other one is "Intercourse NB" also from PA. I have both notes in PMG-64 holders. If you collect "Cool Names" this has to be near the top. Blue Ball and Intercourse are two of the most sought...
HOW COOL IS THIS NAME, The First National Bank of "INTERCOURSE", PA. THE SERIAL # IS A000676. THIS IS THE ONLY UNCIRCLUATE EXAMPLE I HAVE EVER BEEN ABLE TO LOCATE ON THIS FAMOUS BANK. IT IS ALSO A TYPE 2 NATIONAL BANK NOTE, WHICH IS MUCH RARER THAN THE T...
Ive got Balls! Blue Balls! Hows that for a catchy introduction to this 1929 $20 National Bank Note from The Blue Ball National Bank of Blue Ball, PA. Not only is this a fancy name and 3-digit low serial number, it is also a rare Type 2 note. Type 2 notes ...