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Very Rare Yorktown, Virginia 1862 Dated 5 Cent Note With Sailing Ship Image
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Here is a scarce note. This is a piece of currency was issued by the Peninsula Bank in Yorktown, Virginia and is marked as such along the top of the note. It has the printed date January 1st 1862. The note depicts the sailing ship on the top side. It is made with the blank back which is known as it being "Uniface". The serial number is hand inscribed in red ink. With an office on the York Town Wharf, Wynne had notes that were redeemable either at the Peninsula Bank or the banking office of H.T. Pairo & Son in Richmond. The search for Wynne's background has not yielded any information to date. The note is rare with experts believing that there are only 5 to 9 surviving examples believed to exist. This actual note served as the plate note in the Jones-Littlefield catalog. Don't miss your chance to own this interesting and scarce note. The note measures 6-7/8ths inches by 2-3/4ths inches in size. It was professionally graded by the PMG Company and they rated it as "Choice Fine". It comes in their acid free holder for display and preservation.

Item #: A9037
Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
Your Price:$450.00 USD
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