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1902 $5 Red Seal - Front
1902 $5 Red Seal - Back
1902 $5 Date Back - Front
1902 $5 Date Back - Back
1902 $5 Plain Back - Front
1902 $5 Plain Back - Back
|Charter||#1917 First National Bank of Napoleon, Ohio|
|Year Chartered||1872, 61 Banks Chartered|
|City Info||Napoleon is a city in and the county seat of Henry County, Ohio, United States, along the Maumee River 44 miles southwest of Toledo. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 8,749. The area around the town was once known as "the Great Black Swamp". This area was opened to European settlement following the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794, which took place about 26 miles to the east. The City of Napoleon was founded in 1832 and named for French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. The Miami and Erie Canal was finished in 1843, bringing German immigrants to the area. By the 1880s, the town had more than 3,000 residents; the population growth due in part to the town's location on the Miami and Erie Canal and two separate railroad lines. At the time, most employment existed through businesses which made products for farmers in the surrounding countryside. Source: Wikipedia|
|Similar Cities||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. Napoleon, Ohio - First National Bank
2. Napoleon, North Dakota - First National Bank
|Seal Varieties||Red, Blue|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1907 $5 Legal Tender
2. 1899 $5 Silver Certificates
|Other Info||1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.|
|Neat Fact||Red Seals issued in sheets of 4 $5 notes (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P126)|
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