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First National Bank of Glens Falls, New York


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The value of a VF- very fine example of the $50 would be about $650, the notes are scarce but not very rare. This denomination on that bank was only printed in the first series in 1929, the second type went up to the $20 only. The charter number is 980, and the bank was charted on 5 April 1865. At last report by the Federal Reserve in 1935 there was $134.000 in notes still circulating.

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If it weren't for the ragged top edge on that note it would be worth more than the price I quoted above. Other than the edge and the little bit of writing on the left side it is a better note to collect and still is because it is a high VF low EF example other than the distractions.

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