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|Type||National Bank Note|
|Seal Varieties||Red with scallops|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1875 $500 Gold Certificate
2. 1882 $500 Gold Certificate
3. 1874 $500 Legal Tender
4. 1875 $500 Legal Tender
5. 1878 $500 Legal Tender
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The following list of 1875 Nebraska Charters is not exact. More banks are listed than may have issued 1875 $500 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 Omaha 209||209||1864|
|Otoe County National Bank of Nebraska City 1417||1417||1865|
|Omaha National Bank of Omaha 1633||1633||1866|
|Central National Bank of Omaha 1679||1679||1868|
|First National Bank of Lincoln 1798||1798||1871|
|First National Bank of Brownville 1846||1846||1871|
|Nebraska City National Bank of Nebraska City 1855||1855||1871|
|State National Bank of Lincoln 1899||1899||1871|
|First National Bank of Plattsmouth 1914||1914||1872|
|First National Bank of Fremont 1974||1974||1872|
|First National Bank of Ashland 2121||2121||1873|
|First National Bank of Beatrice 2357||2357||1877|
|First National Bank of Hastings 2528||2528||1881|
|Merchants' National Bank of Nebraska City 2536||2536||1881|
|Nebraska National Bank of Omaha 2665||2665||1882|
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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