1882 $5 Norwalk, Ct National Bank Note Serial Number 1 Pmg 12 Brown Back
On February 25, 1863 the United States Congress passed the Loan Bill better known as the National Banking Act. Under this system, all banks that were granted charters by the United States Government were allowed to deposit government bonds with the Treasurer of the United States, after which they could issue notes in an amount that was limited to 90% of the par value of the bonds so given. A fresh discover, this serial number one comes from an old time collection thats been hiding for quite a while! Bank: The Fairfield County National Bank of Norwalk, Connecticut.
Grade: PMG Fine 12 with a comment for splits. We understand grading a picture a note on the computer can be difficult. In addition to high resolution scans we try to list any problems you may not be able to see. Sometimes mistakes do happen and we may miss something. Professionalism combined with excellent customer service is a priority.
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- Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Certification: PMG
- Denomination: $5
- Grade: 12
- Type: Banknotes
- Year: 1882