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CT New Haven Merchants Bank Notes (7)

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Lot 18: CT New Haven Merchants Bank Notes (7)
CT. New Haven. Merchants Bank. 1) $1. April? 4 1854. (CT-284 Unlisted). Eagle and shield. Red overprint Fair, paper loss, holes, pinholes. 2) $1. Jan. 1, 1865. (CT-284 Unlisted). Indian stalking deer. Red overprint. F-VF, small bottom edge tear. 3) $2. October 20th 1854. (CT-284 A20). Ceres, Standing Indian. Red overprint VG, glued to card. 4) $5. Sept. 1st. 1855. (CT-284 A55). Standing Indian waiving at train, Indian in canoe, Indian woman holding bow, woman standing with anchor. F-VF, slight jagged edge. 5) $10. ??? 1, 1855. (CT-284 Unlisted). Sailor holding flag, Indian killing deer, Hope. Fair, right side paper loss, taped back. 6) $20. Date faded. (CT-284 G12). Art, eagle. VG, pinholes, some staining. 7) $3. Nov. 10th. 1854. (CT-284 S10). America and Trade, milkmaid, sailing ship. Fine, splitting along horizontal fold. [7]

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Lot 18: CT New Haven Merchants Bank Notes (7)
CT. New Haven. Merchants Bank. 1) $1. April? 4 1854. (CT-284 Unlisted). Eagle and shield. Red overprint Fair, paper loss, holes, pinholes. 2) $1. Jan. 1, 1865. (CT-284 Unlisted). Indian stalking deer. Red overprint. F-VF, small bottom edge tear. 3) $2. October 20th 1854. (CT-284 A20). Ceres, Standing Indian. Red overprint VG, glued to card. 4) $5. Sept. 1st. 1855. (CT-284 A55). Standing Indian waiving at train, Indian in canoe, Indian woman holding bow, woman standing with anchor. F-VF, slight jagged edge. 5) $10. ??? 1, 1855. (CT-284 Unlisted). Sailor holding flag, Indian killing deer, Hope. Fair, right side paper loss, taped back. 6) $20. Date faded. (CT-284 G12). Art, eagle. VG, pinholes, some staining. 7) $3. Nov. 10th. 1854. (CT-284 S10). America and Trade, milkmaid, sailing ship. Fine, splitting along horizontal fold. [7]

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