1902 $100 Bill Value – How Much Is 1902 First National Bank of Girard Kansas $100 Worth?


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1902 $100 Red Seal - Front
1902 \$100 Red Seal - Front
1902 $100 Red Seal - Back
1902 \$100 Red Seal - Back
1902 $100 Date Back - Front
1902 \$100 Date Back - Front
1902 $100 Date Back - Back
1902 \$100 Date Back - Back
1902 $100 Plain Back - Front
1902 \$100 Plain Back - Front
1902 $100 Plain Back - Back
1902 \$100 Plain Back - Back
Sell 1902 $100 First National Bank of Girard, Kansas Bill
Item Info
Series1902
Charter#3216 First National Bank of Girard, Kansas
Year Chartered1884, 180 Banks Chartered
City InfoGirard is a city in and the county seat of Crawford County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 2,789. Girard was founded in the spring of 1868, in opposition to Crawfordsville, and named after the town of Girard, Pennsylvania, the former home of trustee Charles Strong. It was based around the surveyed line of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railroad, in an attempt to gain an advantage over its rival. Source: Wikipedia
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Seal VarietiesRed, Blue
Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
Neat FactNotes 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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