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Question by dufrisne
Submitted on 1/19/2004
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I have a 20.00 bill from Lebenon Kentucky.  Markings A000001- 2150 Series of 1929-Red ink stamp-W.P. Myers-Jackson . Any ideas what it's worth?

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 1/20/2004
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Hi..I have good news for you, first the number 2150 is the Charter number of the bank.From 1863-1935 National banks could issue there own currency.Now the good news on the serial number depending on condition no.1 national notes are highly priced by collectors.Again depending on grade they have been selling at auction from $500-$1000 or more.I would like to see a scan of your note.Email it to marlofan@aol.com.



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