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1882 $100 Brown Back - Front
1882 $100 Brown Back - Back
1882 $100 Date Back - Front
1882 $100 Date Back - Back
|Charter||#3052 Phoenix and Third National Bank of Lexington, Kentucky|
|Year Chartered||1883, 252 Banks Chartered|
|City Info||Lexington, consolidated with Fayette County and often denoted as Lexington-Fayette, is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 60th largest in the United States. Known as the "Horse Capital of the World", it is the heart of the state's Bluegrass region. With a mayor-alderman form of government, it is one of two cities in Kentucky designated by the state as first-class; the other is the state's largest city of Louisville. In the 2016 U.S. Census Estimate, the city's population was 318,449, anchoring a metropolitan area of 506,751 people and a combined statistical area of 723,849 people. Source: Wikipedia|
|Similar Cities||13 banks with similar city. First 12 below:|
1. Lexington, Kentucky - First National Bank
2. Lexington, Kentucky - First and City National Bank
3. Lexington, Kentucky - Fayette National Bank
4. New Lexington, Ohio - First National Bank
5. Lexington, Kentucky - National Exchange Bank
6. Lexington, Illinois - First National Bank
7. Lexington, Kentucky - Second National Bank
8. Lexington, Nebraska - First National Bank
9. Lexington, Kentucky - Phoenix National Bank
10. Lexington, Nebraska - Dawson County National Bank
11. Lexington, Virginia - First National Bank
12. Lexington, Oklahoma - First National Bank
|Seal Varieties||Brown, Blue|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1882 $100 Gold Certificate
2. 1878 $100 Legal Tender
3. 1880 $100 Legal Tender
|Other Info||1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.|
2. Rare and highly desirable National Note.
|Neat Fact||Brown Backs issued in sheets of 2 Notes: 1 $50 Note & 1 $100 Note (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P114)|
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