18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New

18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New

Product Details

This $1.00 note was printed for the Bank of America of Providence, RI. Great depiction of Liberty seated at top center. Bold green and black colors with sharp, crisp paper. A nice piece of history from mid-19th century America. Printed by the National Bank Note Co. of New York. Blank back. This note is in unissued, crisp new condition.


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Specifications

Product ID: 75801
Year: 1860
Grade: Crisp New
Grade Service: None
Denomination: $1
Mint Mark: None
Metal Content: 0 troy oz
Purity: N/A
Manufacturer: National Bank Note Company
Thickness: n/a mm
Diameter: n/a mm

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18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New
 
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      3.0

      Nice Piece of History

      By unclespider

      from Houston, Tx

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attractive Design

      Cons

      • Hard To Handle
      • Low Quality
      • Tissue Paper

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        Comments about 18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New:

        Was expecting this product to be printed on heavier paper, when I received it; realized it was printed on tissue paper. I was afraid to handle it!
        The overall design is great, but nowhere on the product is there a date, the write up on the item says 1860-1869 but could not verify the date on the item.

         
        5.0

        Great Gift...

        By Debikan

        from Sterling, CT, USA

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        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • High Quality

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            Comments about 18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New:

            My husband was delighted to receive this as a gift and it's a wonderful addition to his collection of historic bills.

             
            5.0

            Interesting Bill

            By Ryan

            from Providence, RI

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            Pros

            • Attractive Design
            • Correct Fit
            • High Quality
            • Low Cost

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                Comments about 18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New:

                I have this displayed right next to my Roman Denarius and 5oz Libertad. It means a little more to me as I live in Providence. It is very cool to have a bill with no signature or serial number. For such a low cost to own, you are getting an interesting statement piece. It's also much bigger than any bill in circulation today, so be aware when purchasing a holder. I love it, and I show everyone I know, and they also find it to be insanely interesting and well designed!

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                5.0

                Fascinating bit of ...

                By Barry

                from MA

                Comments about 18- Bank of America, Providence, RI $1 Crisp New:

                Fascinating bit of American history. As far as I have been able to ascertain, this note was printed for the Bank of America of Providence, Rhode Island, by the National Bank Note Co. of New York. This "Bank of America" existed from 1851-90, after which it was absorbed by the Bank of America Loan & Trust Co. Notes such as these are commonly referred to as "Obsolete Currency" and were issued by state chartered banks and state and local governments up to the Civil War. This particular note, however, was never actually issued, which is why there is no serial number or signature. The note arrived crisp and clean and I am very satisfied with it.

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