$2 1862=PONTIAC (MI)=BANK OF OAKLAND=SCARCE!=VERY FINE
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Nothing “backed” the banknotes and, in the era before rapid communication, bearers of these notes often held worthless pieces of paper after the issuing bank failed or went broke—hence the secondly most applied designation ‘BROKEN BANK NOTE.’.
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Additional Product Informationa FORERUNNER to the MONEY in YOUR POCKET.
à Long before the United States government.
officially issued paper currency in 1861 with the introduction of Demand Notes,.
paper mediums of exchange existed. Among.
these were privately-issued and State-issued bank and scrip notes which.
typically circulated in a narrow radius from their point of release. These.
carried denominations from one-half cent to several thousand dollars.
‘OBSOLETE’ refers to any form of paper money which has been outdated—and.
oftentimes extricated from circulation—collectors consider ‘OBSOLETE’ banknotes.
to be those issued by private banks, individuals, towns, or States. Nothing “backed” the banknotes and, in the.
era before rapid communication, bearers of these notes often held worthless.
pieces of paper after the issuing bank failed or went broke—hence the secondly.
A VERY HISTORIC—and EMINENTLY COLLECTIBLE—TYPE.
An opportunity to begin or expand a collection at a very.
can be acquired for less than one hundred dollars and many magnificent and.
likewise scarce pieces can be secured for less than five hundred dollars.
be fully complete, including signatures, dates, and serial numbers.
generally be in high grade (often Crisp Uncirculated) and frequently are incomplete.
missing all/some of the signatures, serials, date/year, etc. Remainders offer an excellent venue to.
acquiring attractive examples at affordable prices. Remainders represent notes leftover pieces.
after a bank failed or after private issues were outlawed.
THE BANK OF OAKLAND AT PONTIAC, MICHIGAN.
REFER to the SCAN to EVALUATE the CENTERING, INKS, ALIGNMENT,.
independent opinion as to the quality and suitability of the piece,.
impression to determine the suitability of this piece for you own collection.
the note illustrated is the exact one you will receive.
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in the current market, it is our desire to place quality banknotes into.
appreciative collections. Feel free to make an intelligent counter-offer.
through the eBay system if a discount will land this note into your collection.
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