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|Type||National Bank Note|
|Seal Varieties||Red with rays|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1863 $100 Compound Interest Treasury Note
2. 1864 $100 Compound Interest Treasury Note
3. 1863 $100 Gold Certificate
4. 1861 $100 Interest Bearing Note
5. 1863 $100 Interest Bearing Note
6. 1864 $100 Interest Bearing Note
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The following list of 1863 South Carolina Charters is not exact. More banks are listed than may have issued 1863 $100 notes. For exact charter issue info, see info below table.
Directions: Click column name to resort table. Example: To sort by Bank Name alphabetically, click "Bank". To sort by Charter Number (default) click "Charter". Arrow direction next to column name indicates order. Up highest to lowest, Down lowest to highest.
|Peoples National Bank of Charleston 1621||1621||1865|
|First National Bank of Charleston 1622||1622||1865|
|Carolina National Bank of Columbia 1680||1680||1868|
|Central National Bank of Columbia 1765||1765||1871|
|National Bank of Chester of Chester 1804||1804||1871|
|National Bank of Newberry of Newberry 1844||1844||1871|
|First National Bank of Spartanburg 1848||1848||1871|
|First National Bank of Greenville 1935||1935||1872|
|National Bank of Charleston Association of Charleston 2044||2044||1872|
|Merchants and Planters National Bank of Union 2060||2060||1872|
|National Bank of Anderson of Anderson 2072||2072||1872|
|Winnsboro National Bank of Winnsboro 2087||2087||1873|
Those interested in precise issue information per state, charter and denomination should consult well known National Bank Note reference guides. Click here.No Obligations Offers and Appraisals
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