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$10 1929-1==MAZON (IL)==Ch 10186==RETAIL ESTIMATE $2000=8 SMALL SIZE =FINE
 
$10 1929-1==MAZON (IL)==Ch 10186==RETAIL ESTIMATE $2000=8 SMALL SIZE =FINE
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Description:

 

                                                            $10 

                                        1929  National Bank Note

                                                          Type I

                                     ‘HOMETOWN NOTE’

                                                            from

                      MAZON  (IL)

                                                            issued  by

                             The First National Bank of MAZON 

                                          the national bank is identified as

                                                   Charter – 10186

                                              aside from the rarity factor,

                        national banknotes are collected because they link a person to a place:

                                                --birthplace of collector, spouse, or children

                                                --current residence

                                                --same first or last name of collector

                                                --city of high school, college, or work

                                                this example seems to grade

                                                                 FINE

                                                     additional comments:

                                            Heritage, Lyn Knight, Stacks, or Ebay have not offered a small size note from this bank in 15 years..

                                                                   8 Small size Known

                     This small Grundy County bank was closed by the receiver in 1932.

                         

by checking various sources: auction results, dealers' fixed price lists, advertisements in numismatic trade magazines, etc we found a

 

                                                recent sales of:

 

                                                   nearly $2,000

 

                                      for this same note about two grades higher

                                    we encourage you to do your own research

 

 

we believe that our opening price is far below the retail value found elsewhere; and while our starting price is very fair, it is our intent to place quality notes into appreciative collections at equitable prices--so we welcome reasonable counter-offers 
 
         
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