1882 $100 Bill Value – How Much Is 1882 First National Bank of Geneva New York $100 Worth?


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1882 $100 Brown Back - Front
1882 \$100 Brown Back - Front
1882 $100 Brown Back - Back
1882 \$100 Brown Back - Back
1882 $100 Date Back - Front
1882 \$100 Date Back - Front
1882 $100 Date Back - Back
1882 \$100 Date Back - Back
Sell 1882 $100 First National Bank of Geneva, New York Bill
Item Info
Series1882
Charter#167 First National Bank of Geneva, New York
Year Chartered1863, 179 Banks Chartered
City InfoGeneva is a city in Ontario and Seneca counties in the U.S. state of New York. It is located at the northern end of Seneca Lake; all land portions of the city are within Ontario County; the water portions are in Seneca County. The population was 13,261 at the 2010 census. The city is supposedly named after the city and canton of Geneva in Switzerland. Others believe the name came from the word "Seneca". The main settlement of the Seneca was spelled Zoneshio by early white settlers, and was described as being 2 miles north of Seneca Lake. Source: Wikipedia
Similar CitiesIf your note doesn't match try:
1. Geneva, Ohio - First National Bank
2. Geneva, New York - Geneva National Bank
3. Geneva, Ohio - First National Bank
4. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin - First National Bank
5. Geneva, Nebraska - First National Bank
6. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin - Farmers' National Bank
7. Geneva, Alabama - First National Bank
Seal VarietiesBrown, Blue
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1882 $100 Gold Certificate
2. 1878 $100 Legal Tender
3. 1880 $100 Legal Tender
Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
2. Rare and highly desirable National Note.
Neat FactDate Backs issued in sheets of 2 Notes: 1 $50 Note & 1 $100 Note (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P119)
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