National Bank Notes

National Bank Notes were United States currency banknotes issued by National banks chartered by the United States Government. The notes were usually backed by United States bonds the bank deposited with the United States Treasury. In addition, banks were required to maintain a redemption fund[1] amounting to five percent of any outstanding note balance, in gold or "lawful money".

TT FR 1800-1 1929 $5 NATIONAL BANK NOTE PAINTED...

  TT FR 0001800-1 1929 $5 NATIONAL BANK NOTE PAINTED POST, NY SERIAL # 1 PMG 65 EPQ    ...

  TT FR 0001800-1 1929 $5 NATIONAL BANK NOTE PAINTED POST, NY SERIAL # 1 PMG 65 EPQ               1929 $5 National Bank Note TYPE 1 from Painted Post, New York, with fr#1800-1,  Charter number 13664 and attractive serial number C000001A. Displaying signatures of Jones and Woods. An always in demand item due to its unusual town nomenclature, scarce and seldom seen bank. A bright and nicely centered beauty bearing serial number C000001A, and showing bold embossing and strong color...

$4,850.00

TT FR 1801-1 1929 $10 NBN HUNTINGDON, PA TYPE 1...

    TT FR 1801-1 1929 $10 NBN HUNTINGDON, PA TYPE 1 NOTE LOW CHARTER # 31 PCGS 66 PPQ GEM NEW  ...

    TT FR 1801-1 1929 $10 NBN HUNTINGDON, PA TYPE 1 NOTE LOW CHARTER # 31 PCGS 66 PPQ GEM NEW   1929 $10 NBN The First National Bank of Huntingdon, PA. Fr 1801-1 type 1. Serial number C002833A. Plate number I137/173. Signatures of Jones and Woods. Low Charter number 31. Graded 66 Premium Paper Quality Gem New by PCGS. A boldly embossed, well margined beautiful $10. National Bank Notes were issued from July 1929 to May 1935. The issuing ceased due to security reasons which the Treasury re...

$695.00