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$3 1869 Allegan, MI Advertising Note: "H. Stern & Co. The Reliable Clothiers." Fine or so, with some damage, specifically many small holes and internal tears. Still bright and collectable. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 95.00
$3 1869 Menasha, WI Advertising Note: "J.J. Marshall Staple & Fancy Groceries" PMG VF 25 Net for "edge damage." The note is very bright and attractive. Edge tears and chips are routine for these $5 1863 Legal Tender lookalike advertising notes. Scarce and popular! . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 165.00
Sheet: Cincinnati, (OH)- (John H. Piatt & Company) $5-$3-$2-$1 18__ Remainder Uncut Sheet. Uncirculated, probably Gem. A group of these surfaced in Maryland, I believe, last year. Great for framing, and a neat piece of history! . . . 95.00
Sheet: New Orleans, (LA) Canal Bank $10-$10-$10-$10 18__ Remainder Uncut Sheet. AU. The bottom note received all of the folds; with the top three notes being Choice or Gem Uncirculated, this sheet may be worth more cut than intact. Another great display item . . . 90.00
5 Pesos, El Banco de Tamaulipas, Tampico, Mexico. Gem CU. A remainder, and not at all scarce. However, the vignettes -- of a little girl on the face and two dogs observing a canoeist on the back -- are fantastic. The American Bank Note Co. outdid itself on this design. . . . FACE . . . BACK . . . 26.00