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  1. A recent Replacement note find by a friend at the Higgins Museum located in Okoboji, IA on Fall River, MA Series 1902 $50 Date Back SN 247/A147633 pp C prompted this work. Stars of course were NOT used on national bank notes. You have to find notes produced with old paging machine numbering technology to identify these large size national bank note replacements. For some examples see my signature set: My goal was to narrow down on the production date for this, and any Series of 1902 $50 DB and then I added Plain Back and Red Seals for good measure. The real motivation was because the numbering showed the typical old font used for numerals from paging machines that dated pre-1903—except for the A. The A was a short legged (I call stubby) modern A. Mixing of modern font with old font numbering wheels occurs, particularly for 4s. Mixed font replacements are known as hybrids and for 4s, the earliest known was ~1915. When was this hybrid note produced? For $5s, $10s, and $20s, you can use the Treasury SN and data from Huntoon to narrow down to the production year. Like data for $50-$100s wasn’t available due to the much lower quantities of high denomination notes produced. The assumption I started with is that the notes with Nap|Thomp or Nap|Burke plates, first produced in years of most interest, with low bank SNs are from the 1st production run, so the Treasury SN production use ought to be shortly after the plate date on those notes. I searched Heritage’s archives by Fr. # for $50s and $100s and recorded plate date and SNs. This to me was much easier and quicker than looking through ledgers from Comptroller of the Currency for deliveries of notes. Basically I found consistent data for my method and expanded as much as possible to get a good coverage of what year a given Treasury SN was produced from 1908-1925. Table 1 has the $50-$100 Series of 1902 DB and PB data and Table 2 has the data for high denomination Series of 1902 Red Seals. Using the table below I think Fall River's Treasury SN A147633 was from production in 1912 which is the earliest known hybrid Replacement (known to me). Fall River's DBs were replacing red seals, so the quantity not as great as if replacing series of 1882 notes. Nevertheless, quite likely this note is from the first production run, quite possibly only of 250 sheets, for Fall River and near the June 26, 1912 certification date for the CDEC plate and proof. SN 247 is a survivor; how it ended up at the Higgins is likely a great story. I could confirm delivery date of the Fall River note with a trip to the National Archives and someday I hope to do so. Table 1. 50-50-50-100 Series of 1902 DB and PB Treasury SN approx. date of production. SN Plate date Bank (Charter) Bank SN A1 Nov 2, 1910 1744 1* [Burlington, IA Merchants NB] A1125 Nov 20, 1910 4507 25 [La Junta, CO FNB] A3926 Jan. 8, 1911 1799 52 [Albia, IA FNB] A28651 Aug. 26, 1911 4676 321 [New Castle, PA CNB 3x$50-$100 SN 834 in same run] A30743 Aug. 27, 1911 1881 233 [Dixon, IL The Dixon NB] A33766 ?Sep-Oct 1911 1889 156 [Rock Island, IL The Rock Island NB] A45384 Oct. 11, 1911 4653 254 [Longmont, CO The Farmers NB] A79213 % Sep. 16, 1911 1896 82 [Sycamore, IL The Sycamore NB] %Same SN entered as BB A113464 May 21, 1912 4742 216 A193021 Jan 15, 1913 2093 143 A204260 Mar. 14, 1913 2098 422 A221630 Mar 31, 1913 10360 482 A251524 Aug 8, 1913 906 490++ A243914 Sept. 1, 1913 2128 401 A258068 Dec. 23, 1913 2132 64 A275968 July 11, 1914 2158 280 A380962 Aug. 24, 1914 2176 324 [series of 1902 50s and 100s only] A654733 Sept. 7, 1914 2189 155 A704904 Oct. 20, 1914 2205 10 [SN 309 in same run] A726412 May 15, 1915 2300 158 [SN 240 in same run] A729571 June 4, 1915 5002 417 [SN 619 in same run] A733557 Aug 5, 1915 1080 1 [Huntoon, estimate 1st PB] A735802 Sept. 8, 1915 10778 316 [Chatham and Phenix NYC $100; SN 1918 in same run] A736955 Oct 9, 1915 10793 9 [San Antonio, TX $100] A738528 Jan. 21, 1916 5033 142 [Mayfield, KY $100] A741868 Apr 7, 1916 5038 102 [50s and 100s only] A755894 Jan. 16, 1917 2349 264 A768941 June 25, 1917 11037 1 [Kansas City, MO $100; SN 1074 in same run] A777143 ~Feb. 15, 1918 2377 9 A790441 Dec. 9, 1918 5161 131 A792176 ~Feb. 20, 1919 2412 26 A798118 May 31, 1919 2428 28 A850793 Feb. 2, 1920 11596 151 A852295 May 10, 1920 5491 33 A859698 Apr. 11, 1920 5303 126 A860269 June 26, 1920 5498 77 A863457 Feb. 19, 1920 2456 45++ A864601 July 25, 1920 5525 46 A864547 Aug. 6, 1920 5547 95 A869361 Jan 18, 1921 5716 219 [SN 39 in census] A874772 Mar. 15, 1921 2511 370 A916633 Jun. 18, 1921 5716 536 [Oklahoma City $50] A919784 Sept. 12, 1921 2566 292 [SN 522 in same run] A921600 Sept. 17, 1921 2576 28 A932092 Nov. 1, 1921 2584 190 [SN 588 in same run] A938277 Dec. 14, 1921 2604 103 A942618 Feb. 4, 1922 2637 74 [SN 200 in same run] A963517 Mar. 26, 1922 6186 523 so called 4th charter B67214 Dec. 15, 1923 12475 380 [Galveston, TX Fr. 685] B67241 Dec. 15, 1923 12475 541 [Galveston, TX Fr. 685] B67375 Dec. 15, 1923 12475 541 [Galveston, TX Fr. 707] B67820 Dec. 15, 1923 12475 986 [Galveston, TX Fr. 707] B132649 Apr. 24, 1925 12707 525 [Dallas, TX Fr. 707] B141584 issued Aug 25, 1925 8409 340* B141504 issued Aug 25, 1925 11603 390** *Huntoon, first/last DB issued by CoC w/treasuy SN amd **Huntoon, last PB issued by CoC w/treasury SN Table 2. 50-100 Series of 1902 red seals Treasury SN approx. date of production. SN Plate date Bank (Ch. #) Bank Sn A1 Sep 9, 1902 2670 1 [Huntoon; Chicago FNB] A1424 May 3, 1902* 2719 69 [Geneva, OH] A26642 Feb 25, 1903 283 746 A27526 Feb 25, 1903 170 2630 A41762 May 20, 1903 2999 1 [Bridgeton, NJ] A92661 Jun 8, 1904 3206 1240 [Minneapolis, MN] A94975 ~Aug 1904 7384 1 [Sargent, NE REPLACEMENT] A132625 Mar 11?, 1905 1016 1380 [Denver, CO] A146972 Mar. 22, 1905 7709 1 [Petersburg, VA $50] A113992 Jan 24, 1905 819 43 [Bloomington, IL] A178288 June 13, 1905 1365 784 [Elgin, IL] A190228 Nov 14, 1905 3413 259 [Richmond, IN] A242708 Dec. 4, 1905 8026 1 [Rochester, NY] A253945 Mar. 10, 1906 3471 8 [Boise City, ID] A312302 Jan 16, 1907 3632 49 [Stroudsburg, PA Fr. 666R REPLACEMENT!] A351269 Aug 9, 1907 3777 138 [Abilene, KS] A424681 Oct 20, 1908 6484 847 [Huntoon; San Juan, Porto Rico] *Appears Chicago's order was placed first ahead of others
  2. What do you call the right delimiter on the treasury SN for a series of 1902 Date Back or Plain Back? They look like right-looking eyes to me or I've also heard chicken foot. Here's my latest collage on the variability of those eyes (or feet), basically from about 1908 through to 1925. Oh, a useful piece of info is that series of 1902 red seals used a different delimiter and the highest treasury SN on a 4x$10 plate was Y608545... my Warren note shown last in the collage has Y576088. Most of these notes can be seen in my signature set where I track treasury SN by the back plate number. Look for the notes from sheets of 4x$10s at the end. The Warren, PA notes are fun as the delimiter is very different on each (the V-block awaits the next PMG submission). Hopefully you noted the two replacement notes included in the collage. Those may be found in a different signature set: I'm not sure, but I don't think paging machines needed the 'chicken foot/eye looking R or L' delimiter until after rotary number machines were introduced in 1903. Someone better at type currency can correct me, but I know that delimiter exists on 1905 $20, and 1907 $10, and 1922 series Gold Certificates, but not on anything earlier?? Before 1903 when numbers were paged?? So when was the first use of a paged chicken foot? I'm thinking it was on a NBN Replacement. Maybe this one: https://currency.ha.com/itm/national-bank-notes/cincinnati-oh-5-1902-date-back-fr-592-the-fifth-third-national-bank-ch-m-2798-pmg-choice-very/a/3581-20433.s?ic4=ListView-Thumbnail-071515#
  3. The use of prefixes actually predates their recognition as security enhancements implemented in 1869 on original series notes. Here's the story created with much help from Huntoon... The treasury sheet SNs and seals were overprinted on Original Series notes at the forerunner to the BEP at the Treasury Dept. Building in Washington. Bank sheet SNs were printed by the bank note companies prior to delivery to the Treasury Dept. Once the first million serials were consumed, treasury switched from red to blue numbers. A prefix letter was used beginning with the 3rd million, or as early as January 1865 for $5-$5-$5-$5 sheets. Treasury sheet SNs as security devices was examined in April 1869 and there were 3 changes implemented. (1) In most cases, prefix letters were added to the numbers if they were not already in use for that plate combination. [exceptions were 50-100 (see pic), 4x$500 and 4x$1000] (2) numbers were terminated with brackets (but see pic--I would call it a parenthesis) (3) spaces between prefix letters and numbers were eliminated. Estimated 1st secured numbers: 5-5-5-5 E225978, 10-10-10-20 A61264, 50-100 245090, 1-1-1-2 B556082. I collected a few examples for the sheets listed above, both before and after implementation of the security enhancements. The interesting one to me is for the 10-10-10-20 for Raleigh (1682) $10 SN A77519 (that's the earliest note with an A prefix that I could find). It's a great note with a rare Jeffries-Spinner Treasury signature combination found on original series notes. It sports those security enhancements although that number is just a bit crooked if I'm allowed to be critical of this awesome note!
  4. Pi Day #piday is of course March 14th (or 3.14 [3/14], or “π”) followed shortly by the Whitman Coin Show in Baltimore and Spring! I've been busy making a sub type signature set of my series 1882 Nationals. My 1882 sub types set is a work in progress. Ever seen the Circus Poster variety on a $5 Brown Back?? Take a look. If I'm missing a better way to designate these notes, please let me know. OK, back to Pi Day. Check out this Elk City note from Oklahoma with a charter date of... you guessed it, Pi Day! It sports a nice 4 digit radar serial number as well and was previously in the Douglas Knight Collection. Then there's my Bangor, PA note, also a Pi Day charter and a solid 8 Serial Number. Perhaps I'll see ya in Charm City.
  5. Hi PMG. I know you're accepting submissions in Baltimore. Any plans on having an expert provide opinions on notes at your table? I missed this last time I was at the expo. I plan on submitting a solid 8's on a national--bank SN is 8888 on a $10 PB from Bangor, PA Ch. 2659. PMG has noted a 4 digit bank serial number as a solid previously, so hopefully my note will have this noted on the holder. thanks!! ddr70