Series of 1870 National Gold Bank Note Ch# 1741 First National Gold Bank of San Francisco. 25 Very Fine No Comments. This is a PMG Graded Note. You will receive the pictured Note. 1136, 1870 San Francisco, California.The First National Gold Bank. An impressive example of this coveted series with light and even circulation, making for sensational detail at the grade level. These National Gold Bank Notes are some of the most prized Federal currency types and are rarely offered with this much appeal. The overprints remain exceptionally bright as well as bold primary design features and penned signatures. The important back shows a departure of the original series vignette of DeSoto Discovering the Mississippi for a more appropriate pile of contemporary Gold Coins.
The coin vignette is very important as the detailed engraving is more visible on this note than most lower grades. Most importantly, it comes without any adverse grading service comments, which seldom occurs with notes in this series, regardless of grade. National Gold Bank Notes are truly scarce in this grade and higher. This is an excellent Note to add to your collection.
PMG graded PMG VF 25. Ch# 1741 - The First National Gold Bank of San Francisco. Known as a Five Dollar National Gold Bank Note. No Adverse Comments on the PMG Holder.
Obverse: Vignette Left Christopher Columbus in sight of land and Vignette right is the presentation of an Indian Princess, Representing America to the Old World. Reverse: Ornamental with an array of United States gold coins. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Large Size Notes\Gold Certificates". The seller is "uscoinsandjewelry1" and is located in this country: US.
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