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New Collection of Proof Obsolete Banknotes

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The Blue Ridge coin shows continues to bring us new purchases. I picked up a collection of 10 Obsolete banknotes. The vignettes are particularly sharp because they are proof. The collection of American Banknote Company proof notes includes:

Indiana, Logansport Insurance Company $2 Proof   $350

New Jersey, Stock Security Bank $2 Proof   $450

New Jersey, Freehold Banking Co. $1 Proof $395

South Carolina, Bank of the State of South Carolina $1 Proof $295

South Carolina, State Bank, South Carolina $10 Proof $150 and $250 (2 notes)

New Jersey, Farmers & Mechanics Bank $10 Proof $395

New Jersey, Farmers & Mechanics Bank $2 Proof $395

New Jersey, City Bank of Perth Amboy $1 Proof $195

New Jersey, The Hackettstown Bank $3 Proof $350

These should be available on the website this week. If you have questions, please contact us.

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