$20 1902 Kansas Illinois IL National Currency Bank Note Bill! Ch. #9293 AU55 PMG

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Graded About Uncirculated 55 by PMG! It is issued from The Kansas National Bank. It is charter #9293. This is a near IMPOSSIBLE to find Illinois town! Double state notes are always in demand, and this may be one of the best condition large size ones in existence. This bill is graded About Uncirculated 55 […]

National Bank Note from Mt. Prospect, Illinois

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Prospect National Bank, Cook County, Illinois, was chartered in 1911 and existed through 1926. Kelly 2006 lists only four large notes. The National Bank Note Census reports five large notes from the Mt. Prospect National Bank: 3 1902 Date Backs and 2 1902 Plain Backs. Prospect is a small community established in the 1840s to […]

1902 $10 Ten Dollar Springfield Illinois National Bank Note First National Bank

1902 Springfield Illinois National Bank Note. 3 or 4 very light folds. No rips or pinholes. Thank you for viewing our items. The item “1902 $10 Ten Dollar Springfield Illinois National Bank Note First National Bank” is in sale since Tuesday, October 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ […]

1902 Large Size National $20 Marion Illinois #4502 M (Blue Seal)

VF35 with bold left signatures, weak right signatures Blue seal. The item “1902 Large Size National $20 Marion Illinois #4502 M (Blue Seal)” is in sale since Friday, July 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\National Banknotes”. The seller is “jtcoinauctions” and is located in Chenango Bridge, New […]

Fr-618 $10 1902 Date Back Oblong, Illinois National Bank Note PMG VF-25

Follow us on Instagram. Oblong, Illinois National Bank Note. This bill is in excellent condition, with signs of normal wear on both the obverse and reverse. It has received a gread of VF- 25 NET, with the details of “Ink Burn” due to one small hole at the lower left of the obverse. It comes […]