Manifest Auctions of South Carolina will offer a rare First Charter $2 note from The Traders National Bank of Charlotte (North Carolina) during its Oct. 25 auction.
The First Charter $2 national bank note issued by The Traders National Bank of Charlotte (North Carolina), is “one of two collectible specimens for the bank,” according to the auction firm. PCGS Currency graded the note Very Fine 20 Apparent for minor restorations.
The note has a pre-sale estimate of $40,000.
Also to be offered is a Series 1902 $5 note issued by The Harney County National Bank of Burns (Oregon) is one of only four large-size notes known to exist from the bank. No grade was given for the note that is estimated to bring $10,000.
In addition a Series 1999 $10 Federal Reserve note featuring a low serial number will be offered. According to the auction catalog the note is “a very strong VF [Very Fine].” It has a pre-sale estimate of $4,000.
Auction lot viewing is available online. For more information email Manifest Auctions or telephone 864-520-2208. In addition to telephone and electronic bidding, live bidding will take place at the firm's physical location, 361 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607.
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