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St. Joseph, Missouri (mo) $5 Large, Blue Seal 1902 National Bank Note, Ch 8021 For Sale
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St. Joseph, Missouri (MO) $5 Large, Blue Seal 1902 National Bank Note, Ch 8021
We're offering a scarce Series of 1902 National Currency $5 Bank Note issued by the Burnes National Bank of St. Joseph, Missouri (Charter Number 8021), with a serial number of 27164. This is a Blue Seal, Large Size bill featuring a portrait ofAmerican President Ben Harrisonalong with the Pilgrim reverse. While this note is definitely in rough shape, 1902 notes from the Burnes National Bank are tough to find. If you are looking for this bank, you just can't be too picky.
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An abbreviated history of National Bank Notes as written in Wikipedia:During the Civil War, in 1863, the National Banking Actestablished a system of National Banks which were empowered to issue National Bank Notes subject to federal oversight. The chartering of banks and administrative control over the issuance of National Bank Notes were the responsibility of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.In 1865 the Congress enacted a 10% tax on state bank note issuance making it unprofitable for state banks to issue notes, and thus restricting the circulation of privately issued banknotes to the National Banks.
From 1863 to 1935, National Bank Notes were issued by banks throughout the country and in U.S. territories. Banks with a federal charter would deposit bonds in the U.S. Treasury. The banks then could print banknotes worth up to 90% of the value of the bonds. The federal government would back the value of the notes – the issuance of which created a demand for the government bonds needed to bank them.
The program was a form of monetization of the Federal debt. Bonds eligible as collateral for posting to the Treasury were said to have the "circulation privilege" and the interest they bore provided seigniorage to the National Banks. They were retired as a currency type by the U.S. government in the 1930s during the Great Depression.
Sometimes these notes are called "hometown" notes, with their popularity deriving from the wide range of towns and cities that issued them. In the paper money hobby, Some examples of rare bank notes are quite valuable; for example, a note from Walla Walla, in what was then Washington Territory, sold for $161,000 in an sale held in June 2010.
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St. Joseph, Missouri (mo) $5 Large, Blue Seal 1902 National Bank Note, Ch 8021: $375