1902 $50 Bill Value – How Much Is 1902 First National Bank of Saint John Kansas $50 Worth?


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1902 $50 Red Seal - Front
1902 \$50 Red Seal - Front
1902 $50 Red Seal - Back
1902 \$50 Red Seal - Back
1902 $50 Date Back - Front
1902 \$50 Date Back - Front
1902 $50 Date Back - Back
1902 \$50 Date Back - Back
1902 $50 Plain Back - Front
1902 \$50 Plain Back - Front
1902 $50 Plain Back - Back
1902 \$50 Plain Back - Back
Sell 1902 $50 First National Bank of Saint John, Kansas Bill
Item Info
Series1902
Charter#3467 First National Bank of Saint John, Kansas
Year Chartered1886, 184 Banks Chartered
City InfoSt. John is a city in and the county seat of Stafford County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 1,295. The first settlement in what is today St. John was made in 1875 when William Bickerton of the Church of Jesus Christ founded a religious colony named Zion Valley. By 1879, Zion Valley had grown into a small town, and the residents renamed it St. John, after then governor John P. St. John, in order to gain favor in winning the county seat of Stafford County. Source: Wikipedia
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Seal VarietiesRed, Blue
Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
Neat FactNotes of Aldrich-Vreeland Period (1908-1915) contain inscription "Secured by United States bonds or other securities" (Friedbergs, 20th Ed. P 100)
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