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|Type||National Bank Note|
|Seal Varieties||Red with rays|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1861 $5 Demand Note
2. 1864 $5 Interest Bearing Note
3. 1862 $5 Legal Tender
4. 1863 $5 Legal Tender
5. 1869 $5 Legal Tender
6. 1870 $5 The National Gold Bank Note of California
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The following list of 1863 Alabama Charters is not exact. More banks are listed than may have issued 1863 $5 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.
|First National Bank of Selma 1537||1537||1865|
|National Bank of Huntsville of Huntsville 1560||1560||1865|
|First National Bank of Mobile 1595||1595||1865|
|City National Bank of Selma 1736||1736||1870|
|First National Bank of Montgomery 1814||1814||1871|
|Alabama National Bank of Mobile 1817||1817||1871|
|Gainesville National Bank of Gainesville 1822||1822||1871|
|First National Bank of Tuskaloosa 1853||1853||1871|
|Merchants and Planters National Bank of Montgomery 2029||2029||1872|
|National Bank of Birmingham of Birmingham 2065||2065||1872|
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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