Early Paper Money of America / Virginia / Special Issuers / Bank of Alexandria
The Bank of Alexandria was incorporated in 1792 for a period originally expiring January 1, 1803 with a capital of $150,000 dividend into shares of $200 each. Its circulating notes and other debts could not exceed four times its paid in capital. Bank notes less than $5 were prohibited. Death without benefit of clergy was provided for printing or passing a counterfeit of its bank notes. Early denominations are unknown.