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1882 $50 Brown Back - Front
1882 $50 Brown Back - Back
1882 $50 Date Back - Front
1882 $50 Date Back - Back
|Charter||#5024 Commercial National Bank of Eufaula, Alabama|
|Year Chartered||1895, 46 Banks Chartered|
|City Info||Eufaula is the largest city in Barbour County, Alabama, United States. As of the 2010 census the city's population was 13,137. The site along the Chattahoochee River that is now modern-day Eufaula was occupied by three Creek tribes, including the Eufaulas. By the 1820s the land was part of the Creek Indian Territory and supposedly off-limits to white settlement. By 1827 enough illegal white settlement had occurred that the Creeks appealed to the federal government for protection of their property rights. In July of that year, federal troops were sent to the Eufaula area to remove the settlers by force of arms, a conflict known as the "Intruders War". Source: Wikipedia|
|Similar Cities||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. Eufaula, Alabama - Eufaula National Bank
2. Eufaula, Alabama - East Alabama National Bank
3. Eufaula, Oklahoma - First National Bank
4. Eufaula, Oklahoma - Eufaula National Bank
|Seal Varieties||Brown, Blue|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1882 $50 Gold Certificate
2. 1878 $50 Legal Tender
3. 1880 $50 Legal Tender
|Other Info||1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.|
|Neat Fact||Notes from common charters are less valuable compared to rarer charters. Value also depends on type, denomination and total notes known for city, state and region. Ultimate determination of value is collector demand.|
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