#1801-1, with treasury signatures of Edward E. Jones as Register of the Treasury and Walter O. Woods as Treasurer of The United States. The cashier of this bank is H.Straw and the President of the bank is A. This bank originally chartered in December of 1864 as "The Amoskeag National Bank, Manchester, New Hampshire". They changed their title to "The Amoskeag National Bank of Manchester, New Hampshire" in December 1904 (adding "of" to their title). The bank did issue 67,073 small size notes from 1929 thru July of 1935 when the note issuing period ended. There were six National Banks in Manchester, New Hampshire that issued National Currency.
Only four of those six banks lasted long enough to issue Series 1929 Small size Nationals. This bank is the most common of those four banks. The note has four nice even margins.
This note has some remaining brightness and decent body with only light traces of dirt from circulation. I do not see any rips, tears, or splits, but I do see one pinhole located just above the first " L " in " TEN DOLLARS " in the bottom frame of the note. The Kelly Census shows 57 small size notes reported on this bank. This note is new to the census, the new owner can report it if they so choose.This note would make a fine addition to any New Hampshire State banknote collection. The bank was located in Hillsborough County, of which only 7 towns issued National Currency. This note should appeal to those collecting that County and its surrounding areas.
Don't let this note get away! Please feel free to contact me with any questions, or if you need better photos of the item, Bob.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.