#1802-1, with treasury signatures of Edward E. Jones, as Register of the Treasury and Walter O. Woods as Treasurer of The United States.
The cashier on this banknote is P. Quinn and the President on this note is B. The bank was organized in 1890, and took the name "The Anniston National Bank, Anniston, Alabama". On January 5, 1911, the Bank changed its title to "The Anniston City National Bank, Anniston, Alabama". On July 1, 1918, the bank once again changed its title back to "The Anniston National Bank, Anniston, Alabama".
There were 4 National Banks that issued National Currency in Anniston, Alabama. Three of these banks issued Series 1929 Small sized National Currency.
This was the rarest of those 3 banks. The note has decent margins all around.
There is a small wear divot in the bottom margin at the center and the two upper corners are slightly rounded. There is light even dirt on both sides of the note. I don't see any rips, tears or pinholes in this note, just honest even circulation.I would grade this note as a Very Fine. Please look at the scans carefully and judge the grade and quality of this note for yourself. The Kelly Census shows 31 small size notes that are reported on this bank. This note is new to the census, the new owner can list it if they so choose. This note would make a fine addition to any Alabama National Banknote collection!
This bank is located in Calhoun County, so it should appeal to people collecting National Banknotes from that and the surrounding counties. = 6.625% Please feel free to contact me with any questions, or if you need a better scan of the item.Good Luck & Happy Hunting! This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\National Banknotes". The seller is "vette70" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.