1902 $5 Bill Value – How Much Is 1902 First National Bank of Cranbury New Jersey $5 Worth?


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1902 $5 Red Seal - Front
1902 \$5 Red Seal - Front
1902 $5 Red Seal - Back
1902 \$5 Red Seal - Back
1902 $5 Date Back - Front
1902 \$5 Date Back - Front
1902 $5 Date Back - Back
1902 \$5 Date Back - Back
1902 $5 Plain Back - Front
1902 \$5 Plain Back - Front
1902 $5 Plain Back - Back
1902 \$5 Plain Back - Back
Sell 1902 $5 First National Bank of Cranbury, New Jersey Bill
Item Info
Series1902
Charter#3168 First National Bank of Cranbury, New Jersey
Year Chartered1884, 180 Banks Chartered
City InfoCranbury is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 3,857. A deed for a sale of land and improvements dated March 1, 1698, is the earliest evidence of buildings constructed in present-day Cranbury. A home in Cranbury was used by Alexander Hamilton and the Marquis de Lafayette as a headquarters during the American Revolutionary War, and they were visited by General George Washington on June 26, 1778. As part of orders issued during the Presidency of George Washington, maps of Cranbury were made showing the presence of a church, a mill and 25 other buildings. During its earliest years, the location was usually spelled as "Cranberry". Rev. Joseph G. Symmes argued in 1857 that the name was spelled improperly and that the suffix "bury" was more appropriate, leading the name of the community and brook to be changed to "Cranbury" in 1869. The name has been attributed to wild cranberries that grew in the area. Source: Wikipedia
Similar CitiesCity name is unique, no others like it.
Seal VarietiesMultiple: 2 total Red, Blue
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1907 $5 Legal Tender
2. 1899 $5 Silver Certificates
Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
Neat FactPlate letters A-D for Sheets of 5-5-5-5 (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P 99)
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