1863 $50 South Carolina National Banks Charters

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1863 $50
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TypeNational Bank Note
Seal VarietiesRed with rays
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6. 1862 $50 Legal Tender

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The following list of 1863 South Carolina Charters is not exact. More banks are listed than may have issued 1863 $50 notes. For exact charter issue info, see info below table.

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1863 $50 South Carolina National Banks
Bank Charter Charter Year
Peoples National Bank of Charleston 162116211865
First National Bank of Charleston 162216221865
Carolina National Bank of Columbia 168016801868
Central National Bank of Columbia 176517651871
National Bank of Chester of Chester 180418041871
National Bank of Newberry of Newberry 184418441871
First National Bank of Spartanburg 184818481871
First National Bank of Greenville 193519351872
National Bank of Charleston Association of Charleston 204420441872
Merchants and Planters National Bank of Union 206020601872
National Bank of Anderson of Anderson 207220721872
Winnsboro National Bank of Winnsboro 208720871873
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