1800s CITIZEN'S BANK OF LOUISIANA $100 ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR NOTE CHOICE CRISP UNC.

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 18, 2015
  • Channel: Auction House
1800's $100 CITIZEN'S BANK LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS NOTE / CHOICE CRISP UNCIRCULATED

This auction is for a great looking 1800's $100 CITIZEN'S BANK OF LOUISIANA IN NEW ORLEANS PAPER CURRENCY NOTE. You are bidding on an authentic piece of paper currency minted for use in Louisiana but never issued into the general public for circulation. This type of paper money note was issued between 1782 and 1866 by state banks and is called an obsolete banknote . All of these different never-issued banknotes have been devalued; they are no longer good at their face value but, are highly sought after and very collectible. This example is a rare note from the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans! We grade this obsolete collector's note as choice crisp uncirculated (CU) condition. It is in perfect condition with no folds, no creases, no tears, and no pin holes. Please see the images provided for more information about the exact condition of this unique piece of early paper currency. This note would make an interesting gift or a wonderful addition to any paper currency collection.
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