1929 $100 Bill Value – How Much Is 1929 National White River Bank of Bethel Vermont $100 Worth?


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Sell 1929 $100 National White River Bank of Bethel, Vermont Bill
Item Info
Series1929
Charter#962 National White River Bank of Bethel, Vermont
Year Chartered1865, 944 Banks Chartered
City InfoBethel is a town in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. The population was 2,030 at the 2010 census. The town includes the locations of Bethel village, Bethel-Gilead, East Bethel, Lilliesville, Lympus, and West Bethel. Bethel is best known for being the source of Bethel White granite which was used to build Union Station and the National Museum of Natural History. Bethel was the first town created by the independent Republic of Vermont in 1779 and was named after the Biblical village of Bethel. Source: Wikipedia
Similar CitiesIf your note doesn't match try:
1. Bethel, Connecticut - First National Bank
2. Bethel, Ohio - First National Bank
3. Bethel, Maine - Bethel National Bank
4. Bethel, Connecticut - Bethel National Bank
5. Bethel, Vermont - National White River Bank
Seal VarietiesSmall Brown
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1929 $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note
2. 1928 $100 Federal Reserve Note
3. 1928A $100 Federal Reserve Note
4. 1934 $100 Federal Reserve Note
5. 1934A $100 Federal Reserve Note
6. 1934B $100 Federal Reserve Note
Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
Neat FactIssued in sheets of 6 Note (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P193)
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