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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    Highlight: Mechanics’ Bank, Mechanics’ Banking Asso- ciation, Mechanics’ and Traders’ B nk, Mercantile Bank, Merchants’ Bank, Merchants’ Exchange Bank, Metropolitan Bank, Nassau Bank, National Bank, New York Exchange Bank, New York County Bank, North River Bank, Ocean Bank, Oriental Bank, Pacifl ' Bank, Park Bank, People's Bank, Phoenix Bank, Saint Nicholas Bank, Seventh Ward Bank, Shoe and Leather Bank, Tradesmen’s Bank, Union Bank, Bank of Syracuse, Bank of Tioga, Bank of Troy, ©0 Bank of Ulster, SO Bank of Utica, 80 Bank of Vernon, Bank of Watertown, Bank of Water ville, SI Bank of West Troy, 81 Bank of Westfield, Bank of Whitehall, 81 Rank of Whites own, 81 Bank of Yonkers, Black River Bank, Briggs’ Bank of Clyde, 81 Brockport Exchange Bank, 81 Brooklyn Bank, 82 Broome County Bank, 82 Buffalo Cit

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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    Highlight: Mechanics’ Bank, Mechanics’ Banking Asso- ciation, Mechanics’ and Traders’ B nk, Mercantile Bank, Merchants’ Bank, Merchants’ Exchange Bank, Metropolitan Bank, Nassau Bank, National Bank, New York Exchange Bank, New York County Bank, North River Bank, Ocean Bank, Oriental Bank, Pacifl ' Bank, Park Bank, People's Bank, Phoenix Bank, Saint Nicholas Bank, Seventh Ward Bank, Shoe and Leather Bank, Tradesmen’s Bank, Union Bank, Bank of Syracuse, Bank of Tioga, Bank of Troy, ©0 Bank of Ulster, SO Bank of Utica, 80 Bank of Vernon, Bank of Watertown, Bank of Water ville, SI Bank of West Troy, 81 Bank of Westfield, Bank of Whitehall, 81 Rank of Whites own, 81 Bank of Yonkers, Black River Bank, Briggs’ Bank of Clyde, 81 Brockport Exchange Bank, 81 Brooklyn Bank, 82 Broome County Bank, 82 Buffalo Cit

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    The Numismatist, August 1928

    1/8/1928

    Highlight: and Mechanics Bank, June l,’l860, ’f. ..!! 50 $2 Farmers and Mechanics Bank, June 1, 1860, f 60 $2 Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Jan. 1, 1863, tvpe-set, f ... 1.00 $5 Farmers and Mechanics Bank, June 1, 1860, f 50 $10 Farmers and Mechanics Jan. 1, 1862, f 50 50c Marine Bank of Georgia, Feb. 16, 1863, fair 30 75c. Marine Bank of Georgia, Feb. 1 6, 1863, g 40 $1 Marine Bank of Georgia, May 26, 1864, f . . . . L00 $2 Marine Bank of Georgia, May 26, 1864, f 1.00 $4 Marine Bank of Georgia, May 26, 1864, f 1.00 $10 Mechanics Saviners Bank 10c. Mechanics’ 10c. Mechanics’ 10c. Mechanics’ 15c. Mechanics’ 15c. Mechanics’ 25c Mechanics’ 25c

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: 500 House between sig’e Miniature likeness of irm^i: hand ONE MECHANICS’ BANK. •f) Vig. Male and fe- •» A male. Female re- A dining A loosely attired. Male seated, hold- ing compasses and cog- wheel. Locomotive, cars , and bridge on left. Ship on right. House between sig’s. Female bust State Arms. Female bust. TWO titndeofdriv ing hoops on TWO MECHANICS2 2 ter reclining, the former seated , holding compasses and cog-wheel. Locomotive, cars A bridge on left Ship on right. Locomotive between sig’s. 1 Head of 1 Washington. | State Arms ! Head of male! . 3 State Aims. 3 MECHANICS’ BANK. Vig. Archimedes raising the world. Mloiature view of arm and hand with clenched' hammer between sig’s. 3 5 State arms. 5 MERCHANTS’ BANK C Vig. Female seat- C tf ed— horn of plenty fj balances, safe,

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    Thompson's Bank Note & Commercial Reporter

    15/7/1857

    Highlight: .4 M Mechanics’ A Traders’ Bank.. 4 4 1 Merrimack County Bank 4 M i Mon ad nock Bauk.Eaet Jalfrey X 4 Nashua 'dank, Nashua 4 4 New Ipswich Bank 4 M ! Piacntaqua Exchange Bank.. 4 4 1 Pittsfield Bank, Pittefiela. ...4 Ml Rochester Bank, Rochet ter. . . 4 4 j Rockingham Bank 4 4 1 Salmon Falls Bank 4 4 State Capitol Bank, Concord. .4 Ml Strafford Bank, Dover 4 4 1 Sugar River Bank, Newport . ,’m Jt 1 Warner Bonk, Warner 4 4 1 White Mountain Bank 4 X ; Winchester Bank 4 4; TEHMOXT. Ajcntney Bank, Windsor X X ? Bask of Bellows Falls 4 Bank of Black River 4 Bank of Brattleboro’ 4 Bank cf Barllngton 4 Bank cf Caledonia, Danville.. 4 Back of Viddlebury 4 Bank of Montpelier 4 Bank of Newbory 4 Bank of Orleans, Irasbnrgh. . . .4 Bank of Poultney 4 jff' Bank of Rutland. 4 Bank of St. Albans X Bank o

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    Hodges' American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1861

    Highlight: MECHANICS’ BANK portrait. THREE Burlington, N-J- THREE C Vfg. Fivo C Kj Cupids and fig. ft. tj Portrait of Spread eagfc. MECHANICS’ BANK, Washington. Burlington, N- J- - 10 10 TEN Female between two Viewof river, steamboats safes, cars on right. Male portrait &o. MECHANICS’ BANK, 10 Burlington, N- J- TEN TEN IN. .JERSEY. 339 2 Title of Bank. 2 Tre&s. die. 4 © © © © is 6-1 Railroad scene — f train of oars, Female Ejj mountains, river, etc. head. CL cq - 20 Ship.,, 20 Oft Cupid hold- QA ing wand, dog, safe and key. MECHANIC’S BANK, Burlington, N- J- 20 Male portrait 20 50 Male portrait 50 View of river, steam- boat and row boat, also village. MECHANIC’S BANK, Burlington, N. J- 50 Train Cars. 50 THREE Male sup- porting the world, bo. 3 Q Three females seated * trees on right ; ship in dis- O

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: 500 House between sig’e Miniature likeness of irm^i: hand ONE MECHANICS’ BANK. •f) Vig. Male and fe- •» A male. Female re- A dining A loosely attired. Male seated, hold- ing compasses and cog- wheel. Locomotive, cars , and bridge on left. Ship on right. House between sig’s. Female bust State Arms. Female bust. TWO titndeofdriv ing hoops on TWO MECHANICS2 2 ter reclining, the former seated , holding compasses and cog-wheel. Locomotive, cars A bridge on left Ship on right. Locomotive between sig’s. 1 Head of 1 Washington. | State Arms ! Head of male! . 3 State Aims. 3 MECHANICS’ BANK. Vig. Archimedes raising the world. Mloiature view of arm and hand with clenched' hammer between sig’s. 3 5 State arms. 5 MERCHANTS’ BANK C Vig. Female seat- C tf ed— horn of plenty fj balances, safe,

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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    Highlight: MECHANICS’ BANK. 5 Vig. Archimedes up- heaving the world. Arm nnd hand with clenched hammer between signature*. 10 MEKCHANTS’ BANK Die work. 10 MECHANICSs. Vig. Blacksmith standing at his anvil. 20 MEKCHANTS’ BANK Three wssel- Oft Vi S F»m»l« Oft sitting, and Seven per- \ State arms. holding horn sons are seen of plenty, balances, safe. paddling a and lion, ship on left, lo- comotive and cars on canoe. 20 right. A die between signatures. Medallion head k word TWENTY. MECHANICS’ BANK. 20 QA Vig. Archimedes &Kj raising the world. State Arms. Arm ami hammer between signatures. 50 r MEKCHANTS’ BANK Female

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    Thompson's Bank Note & Commercial Reporter

    15/7/1857

    Highlight: .4 M Mechanics’ A Traders’ Bank.. 4 4 1 Merrimack County Bank 4 M i Mon ad nock Bauk.Eaet Jalfrey X 4 Nashua 'dank, Nashua 4 4 New Ipswich Bank 4 M ! Piacntaqua Exchange Bank.. 4 4 1 Pittsfield Bank, Pittefiela. ...4 Ml Rochester Bank, Rochet ter. . . 4 4 j Rockingham Bank 4 4 1 Salmon Falls Bank 4 4 State Capitol Bank, Concord. .4 Ml Strafford Bank, Dover 4 4 1 Sugar River Bank, Newport . ,’m Jt 1 Warner Bonk, Warner 4 4 1 White Mountain Bank 4 X ; Winchester Bank 4 4; TEHMOXT. Ajcntney Bank, Windsor X X ? Bask of Bellows Falls 4 Bank of Black River 4 Bank of Brattleboro’ 4 Bank cf Barllngton 4 Bank cf Caledonia, Danville.. 4 Back of Viddlebury 4 Bank of Montpelier 4 Bank of Newbory 4 Bank of Orleans, Irasbnrgh. . . .4 Bank of Poultney 4 jff' Bank of Rutland. 4 Bank of St. Albans X Bank o

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1864

    Highlight: X Sailor and Indian Ten on shivld i 2 MECHANICS’ BANK, 2 1 ^ Boston, Mass. Farmer hoy with rake ; jforge. rnd»w. a tadi r :So. hon8e Looomotir©. 1 Washington nd *ta CT - lorchost Ship build' log. £ to* mh oat. MECHANICSB4 IK, Boston, Mass| JJ Wtathrs* hlock East Boston. 500 m female on left, aright, three cxr jentre; five gold Word* one tigs. 100. Harrison. Seen# on a wharf MECHANIC*’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Poi Halt of 1 •- t»oinbna.| — -- - _ — ' 500 Mechanic beaide col- of*which°S bust. Steamship and MECHANICS BANK Five Hundred Dollars. Boston, Massachusetts-

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 1 ITWO Iviale «np- Jportlng the 1 ^ MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark. N- !• 2 on Female seated 2 on med. with child in med. bead, her arms ; bend, basket, sheafs of wheat; farmers mowing in background. TWO Female seat I ed with book! 2 1 2 Two farmers with rakes : iwo in (Us- tance and Three males apparently in conversation ; view of city in distance on right. MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N- J- TWO 2 500 Female erect supporting shield on which is med. bead. iMed. Female re- ' Med. head dining head and looking up ; and figs, steamboat on figs. 1500. right; building 600. MECHANICS0 Two med. heads aod Qgures 1000. m 1000 Female seat- 1000 •d on bale of goods, right arm resting on shield. MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N. J. left end. 1 ONE 1 Children MECH. & MAN. B’

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    Hodges' American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1861

    Highlight: 10 MECHANICS’ BANK, Train of ca?s. 10 Boston, Mass. TEN Shipping scene " XX Man on horseback, and man on toot; Cars cattle, sheep and degs. 20 Female with pail and stool. MECHANICS' BANK, Boston, Mass. Boy and girl sailing boat in tub. 50 Medallion New Bedford City Hall. 50 50 50 MECHANICS BANK New Bedford, Mass. Head I 1- Indian in canoe. 500 500 500 MECHANICSlor with) Large green C. telescope atj eide of ves-j Vessels. sel. J FIFTY 50 “ 50 FIFTY Train of cars and factory. MECHANICKS B’K Newburyport. Mass- 1 i On Hundred and 100. Scene on a wharf. Same as left. Female. MECHANICS’ BANK, Female. > FIFTY Boston,

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1864

    Highlight: X Sailor and Indian Ten on shivld i 2 MECHANICS’ BANK, 2 1 ^ Boston, Mass. Farmer hoy with rake ; jforge. rnd»w. a tadi r :So. hon8e Looomotir©. 1 Washington nd *ta CT - lorchost Ship build' log. £ to* mh oat. MECHANICSB4 IK, Boston, Mass| JJ Wtathrs* hlock East Boston. 500 m female on left, aright, three cxr jentre; five gold Word* one tigs. 100. Harrison. Seen# on a wharf MECHANIC*’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Poi Halt of 1 •- t»oinbna.| — -- - _ — ' 500 Mechanic beaide col- of*which°S bust. Steamship and MECHANICS BANK Five Hundred Dollars. Boston, Massachusetts-

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 1 ITWO Iviale «np- Jportlng the 1 ^ MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark. N- !• 2 on Female seated 2 on med. with child in med. bead, her arms ; bend, basket, sheafs of wheat; farmers mowing in background. TWO Female seat I ed with book! 2 1 2 Two farmers with rakes : iwo in (Us- tance and Three males apparently in conversation ; view of city in distance on right. MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N- J- TWO 2 500 Female erect supporting shield on which is med. bead. iMed. Female re- ' Med. head dining head and looking up ; and figs, steamboat on figs. 1500. right; building 600. MECHANICS0 Two med. heads aod Qgures 1000. m 1000 Female seat- 1000 •d on bale of goods, right arm resting on shield. MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N. J. left end. 1 ONE 1 Children MECH. & MAN. B’

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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1860

    Highlight: 83 Mechanics* and Traders' 83 B Ilk, 73 (.Biemung Canal Bank, 83 Mereaiitiie Bank, 73 Chester Bank 83 Merchants* Bank, 73 Chittenango Bank, * 8^6 Merchants* Exchange Citizens’ Bank, Fulton. 8.3 Bank, 73 Citizens' B'k, Saratoga Si>'gs 83 Metropolitan Dank, 73 Cilv Bunk, Brooklyn, S3 Nassau Bank, 73 City Bank, Oswego, 83 National Bank, 73 Ciinhm Bunk, $4 New York Exchango Coininerciul Bank, Albany, 84 Bank, 71 Commereinl ILmk of C'lvde, 84 New York County Bank, 73 Commercial Bank, Glenn’s North River Bank, 74 t alls. 84 Ocean Bank, 74 Commercial B'k, Rochester, 84 Oriental Bank, 71 Commercial Ban», Saratoga Pacifl ■ Bank, 71 Springs, 84 Park Bank, 74 Commercial Bank of Troy, 84 People's Bank, 74 Coinmereial B'k, Whitehall 81 Piiamlx Bunk, 71 (Proton River Bank, 84 Saint Nicholas Bank, 74 Cub

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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1860

    Highlight: 83 Mechanics* and Traders' 83 B Ilk, 73 (.Biemung Canal Bank, 83 Mereaiitiie Bank, 73 Chester Bank 83 Merchants* Bank, 73 Chittenango Bank, * 8^6 Merchants* Exchange Citizens’ Bank, Fulton. 8.3 Bank, 73 Citizens' B'k, Saratoga Si>'gs 83 Metropolitan Dank, 73 Cilv Bunk, Brooklyn, S3 Nassau Bank, 73 City Bank, Oswego, 83 National Bank, 73 Ciinhm Bunk, $4 New York Exchango Coininerciul Bank, Albany, 84 Bank, 71 Commereinl ILmk of C'lvde, 84 New York County Bank, 73 Commercial Bank, Glenn’s North River Bank, 74 t alls. 84 Ocean Bank, 74 Commercial B'k, Rochester, 84 Oriental Bank, 71 Commercial Ban», Saratoga Pacifl ■ Bank, 71 Springs, 84 Park Bank, 74 Commercial Bank of Troy, 84 People's Bank, 74 Coinmereial B'k, Whitehall 81 Piiamlx Bunk, 71 (Proton River Bank, 84 Saint Nicholas Bank, 74 Cub

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1862

    Highlight: 3 MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Farmer with scythe, sail- or with spy glass, black- smith, hammer and anvil; three gold dollars. 3 Stone cutter. FIVE pole and cap; shield at her MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Indian female on left, hunter on right, three etr pids in centre ; five gold dollars ; oars in distance. 5 POrt Webster , FIVE Washington and slaff on Dorchester Heights; evac- uation of Boston, 1776. MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. 5 Washington. Wharf and shipping. 10 sad vessels Washington on horse on right. MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. 10 Train of cars. TEN XX Female^ with Man on too;

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: ox MECHANICS’ AND 1 TRADERS’ BANK. 3 Vig. Black- "I A Goddess smith at his of liber- X © anvil. t j in a standing T**i OWE ONE MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK, Jersey City. Vig. Three workmen ; one climbing a ladder.— House with spire in back- ground, another with a o MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK. rherub seat pd ; anothei 20 50 50 MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK. 50 V’'e- Two 50 small human figures ; the one leaning against globe, the other seated. 50 50 100 MECHANICS’ AND !! TRADERS’ BANK. | §3 State Arms. 100 Is 100 ONE HUNDRED, j 2 ! MECHANICSe, •he other with pincers in nmd ; two others work- ing at' forge. Vig. on up- * 2 ■Hale figure spy glass ii, hand. 1 B H MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK, Jersey City

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1862

    Highlight: Group ef MECHANICS’ BANK, Compta die. MARINE BANK, Buffalo, N. Y. 5 Troy, N- Y- ONE Syracuse, N. Y. ONE | X %T Whaling Y scene. 10 X MARKET BANK, Troy, N. Y- 10 I II Female seated: boiler, an- vil, etc. \ ship in distance. ' II MARINE BANK, Bull’s head. Three females, two seated Compt’s die,| MECHANICSalo, N.Y. one on right is drawing, Syracuse, N. Y. Blacksmith | pmpts die. Ship in full sail. X on left playing a harp ; hoa.se in background. X | 1 Compt’B die. “ | Farmer seated Sailor 1 with scythe. seated. 1 50 MARKET BANK, Troy, N-Y. 50 3 MECHANICS’ BK. Syracuse. 3 g & © die. SCoapt’s. die, Vig. Two females sit- MARINE BANK, Oswego, N- Y- Cmnpt’s die. Drove of cuttle. side of Washington; on right, steamboat and ship; on left, sheaf and Compt’s Die. 11 1 steamboat, &o., in the

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: ox MECHANICS’ AND 1 TRADERS’ BANK. 3 Vig. Black- "I A Goddess smith at his of liber- X © anvil. t j in a standing T**i OWE ONE MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK, Jersey City. Vig. Three workmen ; one climbing a ladder.— House with spire in back- ground, another with a o MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK. rherub seat pd ; anothei 20 50 50 MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK. 50 V’'e- Two 50 small human figures ; the one leaning against globe, the other seated. 50 50 100 MECHANICS’ AND !! TRADERS’ BANK. | §3 State Arms. 100 Is 100 ONE HUNDRED, j 2 ! MECHANICSe, •he other with pincers in nmd ; two others work- ing at' forge. Vig. on up- * 2 ■Hale figure spy glass ii, hand. 1 B H MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK, Jersey City

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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    Highlight: 19 — 5 BANK OF AMERICA 5 8 MECHANICS’ AND ONE MECHANICS. malr.i and two a State Arm*. Jersey City. 5 apread eagles, one mounted on a view of sunrise, tbe other on a plough. a 5 2 QQ o t-H Vig. Black- 4 /V Goddess smith at his XVI of liber- anvil. tv in a X VI*. Three workmen ; one c imbing a ladder 1 douse with spire in back-' lust of male mlding ham mer. 5 standing position. ONE ground, another with a| tome. ONE. o 20 MECHANICS’ AND 2 X BANK OF AMERICA. Oi MECHANICS’ AND TRADERS’ BANK, Vig. Two females, two spread eagles, XVI a TRADERS’ BANK. Jersey City. State arms. 1 2 «* Cherub seat cd ; another State arms. fee. 3 43 in small sail the one shoeing a horse. Male figure X w turo case. Male on left boat. the other with pincers in reclining

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    Highlight: MECHANICSy-glass, biack- smitb, hammer and anvil; throo gold dollars. 3 Stone cutter. 1 FIVE 1 Fenwlo with pole and cap; i xbield at her ! feet. 1 MEC?IANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Indian female on left, hunter oa riKhl. three ctr pids in centre ; five gold lollars ; cars in distance. 5 f Portrait of Web.ster. §90 Mechanic eside col- 'iimn.on top f which w Oust. Straiuship and other vessels at sea. MECHANICS BAHK Five Hundred Dollars. Boston, Masaachusotts- 03 500 State Arms. i I' 1 Whale flahiog. STTSCHAiaCB BAKK Kow Bedford, Mass. Indian head 1 Shijfpingaud ship build* log. 2 and female head MECHANICKS B'K Nowbnryport, Mass- 2 2 Large figure 2 and eagle. .SliipH steam- tioatand landing. MECHANICKS B’K Nowbnryport, Mass. 3 3

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 30 (1917)

    /1917

    Highlight: 0 rg/access_use#pd-g 00 gle 494 THE NUMISMATIST President of the Mechanics Savings Bank, one of its directors, and at one time owned 110 shares of its stock. Mr. Ward, it is understood, left the South partly because he was not in sympathy with the cause of the Confed- eracy, going to New York City, where he established a successful law prac- tice, with offices at 59-61 Wall St. as late as May, 1893. He was therefore practically an alien to the South and never went back to Savannah to live. Notwithstanding his attitude toward the South, his likeness was, in igno- rance of the circumstances, placed on a Treasury note of the government he did not recognize. Shall we of these later days treasure his memory any less because he stood firmly by the dictates of his conscience and felt that he woul

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Gaurd

    /1860

    Highlight: THREE MECHANICS BANK -Worcester, Mass O Female O CO XX I 1 1-itLL 1 HIS 50 Hale ana female. 50 1 Whale flaking. 1 5 MECHANICS BANK Worcester, Mass- 5 Female sickle TAUNTON BANK, Taunton, Maa3- Cupid in a sail boat. ind sheaf of State Boys, Female Female 50 MECHANICSl 103, Horses, waggons, skipping &c. itme as left 2 Sailor, merchandise, anti ship in disrauce. 2 j i i Female, 1 (\ Man and anvil, train of cars and village in back- 10 j eagle and ! shield. ground. TAUNTON BANK, roi-tre.it. Taunton, Ma33. Portrait. Stone cut- MECHANICS BANK MECHANICS BANK Portrait of New Bedford, Mass- Worcester, Mass. Z. Taylor. Cara X Arm. X -‘V- - ' " — ‘ ‘ Wf 1 Stream of water R. R. train of cars. 1 ' 5 Whale

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: piale portrait MECHANICS’ BANE, Washington FranUln. ^ Vlg. Same as 20s. Wm. Fcnn. 1 Bed letter The State Philadelphia, Pa. iMslaportnlt H. Houae a> It looked in 1770. Die. 50 50 1 Mechanics’ Arm. Washington 1000 MAN. & MECH. BE., PhUaAolphia, Pa. 1000 100 MECHANICS’ BANE, Philadelphia, Pa. 0 U ■ 63 PHILADELPHIA BANK, 50 Franw aDcJoalag view of •bippliig. Iteohanici’ 1 Phradelphia, Pa. M M 1 Mala Portrait. FIFTY Franklin. DOLLARS M M 100 Agricultural Implements. 1 MECHANICS BANE 1 0 MECHANICS’ BANE, Philadelphia, Pa.' i" a W 100 PHILADELPHIA BE, Philadelphia, Pa. 106 Green 1 arm Green 1 across and ham- across 0 0 SOO view of the fiOO bnilding for- Male portrait Vlg. Same as 20s. Male portrait Henry Ctay Phila. Penn. ChUd’shsad merlj occu- pied by the Bank. 100 Beehive. 100 Female either sid

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1862

    Highlight: 100 iOO^lOO MECHANICS’ BANK, Burlington, N- J- Washington and his horse. 100 1 Female with Meehanlo seated ; anvil, ings, hills, &c., in distance MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N- J. 1 ONE j ONE j Male seated j the world 1 with a lever, i i 1 on Female seated 1 on med. with hook med. head, in hand ; head, ^ftnril, sledge, MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark, N* J- ONE Male fignre seated with tablets*. 1 TWO rmrt^g^he 2 MECHANICSad, her arms ; head basket, sheafs mowing inback ground. TWO Female seat- ed with book 2 2 Two farmers with rakes : two in dis- tance and Three males apparently city in distance on right. MECHANICSld, b &c. 3 Q Three females tj seated 1 trees on O right ; ship in di»- O tence on left. MECHANICS’ BANK, Newark,

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 30 (1917)

    /1917

    Highlight: 0 rg/access_use#pd-g 00 gle 494 THE NUMISMATIST President of the Mechanics Savings Bank, one of its directors, and at one time owned 110 shares of its stock. Mr. Ward, it is understood, left the South partly because he was not in sympathy with the cause of the Confed- eracy, going to New York City, where he established a successful law prac- tice, with offices at 59-61 Wall St. as late as May, 1893. He was therefore practically an alien to the South and never went back to Savannah to live. Notwithstanding his attitude toward the South, his likeness was, in igno- rance of the circumstances, placed on a Treasury note of the government he did not recognize. Shall we of these later days treasure his memory any less because he stood firmly by the dictates of his conscience and felt that he woul

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    Highlight: MECHANICSy-glass, biack- smitb, hammer and anvil; throo gold dollars. 3 Stone cutter. 1 FIVE 1 Fenwlo with pole and cap; i xbield at her ! feet. 1 MEC?IANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Indian female on left, hunter oa riKhl. three ctr pids in centre ; five gold lollars ; cars in distance. 5 f Portrait of Web.ster. §90 Mechanic eside col- 'iimn.on top f which w Oust. Straiuship and other vessels at sea. MECHANICS BAHK Five Hundred Dollars. Boston, Masaachusotts- 03 500 State Arms. i I' 1 Whale flahiog. STTSCHAiaCB BAKK Kow Bedford, Mass. Indian head 1 Shijfpingaud ship build* log. 2 and female head MECHANICKS B'K Nowbnryport, Mass- 2 2 Large figure 2 and eagle. .SliipH steam- tioatand landing. MECHANICKS B’K Nowbnryport, Mass. 3 3

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: piale portrait MECHANICS’ BANE, Washington FranUln. ^ Vlg. Same as 20s. Wm. Fcnn. 1 Bed letter The State Philadelphia, Pa. iMslaportnlt H. Houae a> It looked in 1770. Die. 50 50 1 Mechanics’ Arm. Washington 1000 MAN. & MECH. BE., PhUaAolphia, Pa. 1000 100 MECHANICS’ BANE, Philadelphia, Pa. 0 U ■ 63 PHILADELPHIA BANK, 50 Franw aDcJoalag view of •bippliig. Iteohanici’ 1 Phradelphia, Pa. M M 1 Mala Portrait. FIFTY Franklin. DOLLARS M M 100 Agricultural Implements. 1 MECHANICS BANE 1 0 MECHANICS’ BANE, Philadelphia, Pa.' i" a W 100 PHILADELPHIA BE, Philadelphia, Pa. 106 Green 1 arm Green 1 across and ham- across 0 0 SOO view of the fiOO bnilding for- Male portrait Vlg. Same as 20s. Male portrait Henry Ctay Phila. Penn. ChUd’shsad merlj occu- pied by the Bank. 100 Beehive. 100 Female either sid

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Gaurd

    /1860

    Highlight: THREE MECHANICS BANK -Worcester, Mass O Female O CO XX I 1 1-itLL 1 HIS 50 Hale ana female. 50 1 Whale flaking. 1 5 MECHANICS BANK Worcester, Mass- 5 Female sickle TAUNTON BANK, Taunton, Maa3- Cupid in a sail boat. ind sheaf of State Boys, Female Female 50 MECHANICSl 103, Horses, waggons, skipping &c. itme as left 2 Sailor, merchandise, anti ship in disrauce. 2 j i i Female, 1 (\ Man and anvil, train of cars and village in back- 10 j eagle and ! shield. ground. TAUNTON BANK, roi-tre.it. Taunton, Ma33. Portrait. Stone cut- MECHANICS BANK MECHANICS BANK Portrait of New Bedford, Mass- Worcester, Mass. Z. Taylor. Cara X Arm. X -‘V- - ' " — ‘ ‘ Wf 1 Stream of water R. R. train of cars. 1 ' 5 Whale

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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    Highlight: of MECHANICS BANK o Clay. in distance. Female. THREE Worcester, Mass 3 | 50 Male and female. 50 1 Whale fishing. 1 5 MECHANICS BANK Worce^r, Moss 5 TAUNTON BANK, Cupid in a and sheaf of Femnlo figure. Taunton, Mass- sail boat. 50 MECHANICS background Webber. ' ' ” > 100 Horses, waggon*, shipping &c. 100 2 Sailor, merchandise, and ship in distance. 2 Female, *| Man and anvil, Iv train of cara and 10 village in back- 1 eagle mid shield. ground. TAUNTON BANK, Portrait. Taunton, Matt. Portrait. j Stone cut- ler. MECHANICS BANK Dog and safe. MECHANICSortrait of New Bedford, Mass- Worcester, Mass. Z. Taylor. 1 Stream of water R. R. trajn of cars. 1 Whale fishing. 5 XX MECHANICS BANIC

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 30 (1917)

    /1917

    Highlight: 0 rg/access_use#pd-g 00 gle 494 THE NUMISMATIST President of the Mechanics Savings Bank, one of its directors, and at one time owned 110 shares of its stock. Mr. Ward, it is understood, left the South partly because he was not in sympathy with the cause of the Confed- eracy, going to New York City, where he established a successful law prac- tice, with offices at 59-61 Wall St. as late as May, 1893. He was therefore practically an alien to the South and never went back to Savannah to live. Notwithstanding his attitude toward the South, his likeness was, in igno- rance of the circumstances, placed on a Treasury note of the government he did not recognize. Shall we of these later days treasure his memory any less because he stood firmly by the dictates of his conscience and felt that he woul

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 30 (1917)

    /1917

    Highlight: 0 rg/access_use#pd-g 00 gle 494 THE NUMISMATIST President of the Mechanics Savings Bank, one of its directors, and at one time owned 110 shares of its stock. Mr. Ward, it is understood, left the South partly because he was not in sympathy with the cause of the Confed- eracy, going to New York City, where he established a successful law prac- tice, with offices at 59-61 Wall St. as late as May, 1893. He was therefore practically an alien to the South and never went back to Savannah to live. Notwithstanding his attitude toward the South, his likeness was, in igno- rance of the circumstances, placed on a Treasury note of the government he did not recognize. Shall we of these later days treasure his memory any less because he stood firmly by the dictates of his conscience and felt that he woul

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    Highlight: 500 1 mechanics BANK Mechanic’fl 1 Green 1 arm Green 1 Steamship at sea ; large red letter D. across and ham- across ONE mer. ONE Interior of a rolling mill. Factory and creek. Henry Clay Fhila. Penn. Child’sbead PENNS7LVANU. p o p State Arms of Penn. 1 Girl’s head. BIAN. & MECH’NICS’ BANK- Philadelphia, Fa- Figure of Justice. ■ 2 State Arms of Penn. 1 2 Twofem’les with sickle and grain. MAN. & MECH’NICS’ BANK ' Fhiladelpnia, Pa- GirPa head • 5 MAN. & MECH. B’K Philadelphia, Fa. 5 Pertralt of little firL Vig. Two horses ; booses, ehrubberry &C. m background. 5 10 Female and cows : farm scene. MAN. & MECH. B’E Philadelphia, Pa. Large 10 and words ten dollars. X 10 :x)g*rolllng, orest, yoke of oxen, &c 20 MAN. ft MECH. B’K Philadelphia, Pa. Canal scene, men nnloa- ding wood and coal from

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: NH- 10 MECHANICS’ BANK. Newark. N- J. V lilor with it in hand a sts in dis 1 20 Portrait Female Portrait of Wm. seated of 20 [Portrait of IWashington. Penn, with tub Frank on knee; lin. male milking Ac. Vessel on stocks. 20 Title of Bank. 20 1 Spread Eagle. 3 CANAJOHARIE BK- Canajoharie, N- Y- ’ 3 j Shearing Compt’s. die. 3 Two men | gathering 1 5 CANAJOHARIE BK-, Canajoharie, N-Y- Compt’f. j die. Fire farmers at work, ! gathering hay ; two oxen j before hay wagon. X CANAJOHARIE BK., Canajoharie, N. Y. 10 Two females, one chum- left. V Portrait of Tf A a girl. A, Compt’s. • 1 Ship on Winged Vessel stocks. female men, seated hold- bbls., ing fig. 1. Ac. 1 1 l PISCATAQUA EX- CHANGE BANK, Portsmouth, N- H. Male Portrait. F*nnK 1 100 100 Vessels. Twofe- Vessel males seat- ed; build- si

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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    Highlight: Mechanicsic Bank, Traders’ Bank, Union Bank, Venzie Bank, Village Bank, Waldoboro’ Bank, Waterville Bank, York Bank, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Amoskeag Bank, Ashuelot Bank, Bank of Lebanon, Bank of New Hampshire, Belknap County Bank, Carroll County Bank, Cheshire County Bank, Cheshire Bank, Citizens’ Bank, City Bank, Claremont Bank, Cochecho Bank, Connecticut River Bank, Berry Bank, Dover Bank, Fanners’ and Mechanics’ Bank, Farmington Bank, Francestown

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 100 1 MECHANICS’ AND FABMEBS’ BAN^ with hod. MECHANICS’ BANK Albany. MECHANICSuse, N. Y. I Vig. Meobanle seated. 1 Compt’e die Jenny Und. luberty j swM Compt’s die stone oattei 1 ONE HTTNDBED 1 S'3 100 ! ^0 Two females reeilaing in side a kind of ehell, with bee hive between them; 50 1 ■| Viff. Femalo, mile, 1 4 grain^ farmers' and 1 ONE Male Portrait mercantilebank Pla:ttsburg]i,N.Y. 1 audecios. BUoksmith r«stiog OD Compt’s. die MECHANICS’ AND Head of | Washington j ONE Tig. Two Indians in the forest — one reclining on the ground, the other In the back ground. Ocmpt’i die MECHANICS’ BANK, Brooklyn, N. Y. anvil; femah ground. 1 FABMEES’ BANK, Albany. ONEj Compt’s die. Halo figure clasping or- namental fig- ' 100 100 City Kill. h 2 2 Title of Bank. II 2" :k>mpt’s

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    Highlight: 500 1 mechanics BANK Mechanic’fl 1 Green 1 arm Green 1 Steamship at sea ; large red letter D. across and ham- across ONE mer. ONE Interior of a rolling mill. Factory and creek. Henry Clay Fhila. Penn. Child’sbead PENNS7LVANU. p o p State Arms of Penn. 1 Girl’s head. BIAN. & MECH’NICS’ BANK- Philadelphia, Fa- Figure of Justice. ■ 2 State Arms of Penn. 1 2 Twofem’les with sickle and grain. MAN. & MECH’NICS’ BANK ' Fhiladelpnia, Pa- GirPa head • 5 MAN. & MECH. B’K Philadelphia, Fa. 5 Pertralt of little firL Vig. Two horses ; booses, ehrubberry &C. m background. 5 10 Female and cows : farm scene. MAN. & MECH. B’E Philadelphia, Pa. Large 10 and words ten dollars. X 10 :x)g*rolllng, orest, yoke of oxen, &c 20 MAN. ft MECH. B’K Philadelphia, Pa. Canal scene, men nnloa- ding wood and coal from

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 100 1 MECHANICS’ AND FABMEBS’ BAN^ with hod. MECHANICS’ BANK Albany. MECHANICSuse, N. Y. I Vig. Meobanle seated. 1 Compt’e die Jenny Und. luberty j swM Compt’s die stone oattei 1 ONE HTTNDBED 1 S'3 100 ! ^0 Two females reeilaing in side a kind of ehell, with bee hive between them; 50 1 ■| Viff. Femalo, mile, 1 4 grain^ farmers' and 1 ONE Male Portrait mercantilebank Pla:ttsburg]i,N.Y. 1 audecios. BUoksmith r«stiog OD Compt’s. die MECHANICS’ AND Head of | Washington j ONE Tig. Two Indians in the forest — one reclining on the ground, the other In the back ground. Ocmpt’i die MECHANICS’ BANK, Brooklyn, N. Y. anvil; femah ground. 1 FABMEES’ BANK, Albany. ONEj Compt’s die. Halo figure clasping or- namental fig- ' 100 100 City Kill. h 2 2 Title of Bank. II 2" :k>mpt’s

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    Highlight: NH- 10 MECHANICS’ BANK. Newark. N- J. V lilor with it in hand a sts in dis 1 20 Portrait Female Portrait of Wm. seated of 20 [Portrait of IWashington. Penn, with tub Frank on knee; lin. male milking Ac. Vessel on stocks. 20 Title of Bank. 20 1 Spread Eagle. 3 CANAJOHARIE BK- Canajoharie, N- Y- ’ 3 j Shearing Compt’s. die. 3 Two men | gathering 1 5 CANAJOHARIE BK-, Canajoharie, N-Y- Compt’f. j die. Fire farmers at work, ! gathering hay ; two oxen j before hay wagon. X CANAJOHARIE BK., Canajoharie, N. Y. 10 Two females, one chum- left. V Portrait of Tf A a girl. A, Compt’s. • 1 Ship on Winged Vessel stocks. female men, seated hold- bbls., ing fig. 1. Ac. 1 1 l PISCATAQUA EX- CHANGE BANK, Portsmouth, N- H. Male Portrait. F*nnK 1 100 100 Vessels. Twofe- Vessel males seat- ed; build- si

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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    Highlight: Mechanicsic Bank, Traders’ Bank, Union Bank, Venzie Bank, Village Bank, Waldoboro’ Bank, Waterville Bank, York Bank, NEW HAMPSHIRE. Amoskeag Bank, Ashuelot Bank, Bank of Lebanon, Bank of New Hampshire, Belknap County Bank, Carroll County Bank, Cheshire County Bank, Cheshire Bank, Citizens’ Bank, City Bank, Claremont Bank, Cochecho Bank, Connecticut River Bank, Berry Bank, Dover Bank, Fanners’ and Mechanics’ Bank, Farmington Bank, Francestown

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    Highlight: Far & Manufacturers Rank L 0 J • - ® u Farmers’ A: Mechanics Bank, Genesee. [ 1 ] 95, .307 Farmers & Mechanics Ban! , Rochester 71, 310 Flour City Bank Fort Plain Bank Fort Stanwix Bank . 4’^ l-< Frankfort Bank Fredonia Rank Frontier Rank. Fulton County Bank ...» 1-- Geneaee County R*nk Genesee River Rank Gene ee Valley Rank ™ George Washington Bank ^ Glenn’s Falls Bank. Goshen Bank lM » IT .1. Miuers’ Bank 4*5 Hamilton Rank Hamilton Exchange Bank Herkimer Co. Bauk * Highland Rank * Hollister Rank ••••••* JJJ Hudson River Rank [ 3']-- A “°i *;?7 Huguenot Bank q, Hungerford’s Bank LoJ-- International Bank Ilion Bank ; ,‘J? Iron Bank Jamestown Bank jJJ Jefferson County Bank 91 > Ftidson Rank - ™ Kingston Bank l *' 4 ’ I.ake Mahopac Rank A -* Take Shore Rank ' Leonardsville Rank Livingston Co

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    Highlight: 100 I MECHANICSia, Pa. w to 0 bouses in distance. Dou- ble med. head ou either o 500 Fi.-w of the 500 Female bust. side of vig. Female o building for- merly occu- § S * M KENSINGTON B'K, portrait. pied by ilio Bunk. V Philadelphia, Pa. 5 590 Spread eagle; houses ou right; cars ou left. Two females; one standing the other kuceling. Washington TRADESMEN’S B’K, Philadelphia, Pa. 500 Female bathing. 500 MECHANICSboats, Med. head, and other .head, water craft ; mountain seen- X Female erect erj, houses, etc. Female and and vessel in spinning distance. KENSINGTON B'K, wheel. X Philadelphia, Pa. 10 5 MECHANICS’ BANK, Philadelphia, Pa. 5 Agricultura

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-guard

    /1858

    Highlight: MECHANICS' BANK, Newark, N J. Arm. V Sailor with hat in hand 5 X binding? in’ distance. X Med. Man seated Med. head on log with head letter dog’s head, letter X. tw.es, &o. X. MECHANICSrie, N-Y. Fir. farmers at work, Compt’s. gathering hay ; two oxen Clay. die. before hay wagon. Vessels. Twofe- Vessel 20 F “tr 20 sword, in left 1 100 males seat- on ed; build- stocks. 100 20 20 tags on right, ship on left. Male portrait on right ; steam- Washington. PISCATAQUA EX, CHANGE BANK. Sheaf. MECHANICS’ BANK, Ship. I 100 Portsmouth, N- H- Agricultural Implements. 100 20 Newark, N.J, o X CANAJOHABIE BE., 10 Canajoharie, N. Y. 'onecCrn”’ distance on Portrait

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Gaurd

    /1860

    Highlight: 27 1 MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. 1 XX Man on horseback, and man on loot: Cars cattle, sheep and 20 I 100 100 ONE HUNDRED State Arms. © % Vulcan seat nl and haxa- Woodcutter j gold dollar; log hut and wagon In die- Ships. Female with pall and stool. MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Boy and girl sailing boat in tub. 1 S MASS. BANK, 0 Boston, Mass, g 2 100 o 1 Fishing vessels. Female 1 FITTY 50 •sr* 50 FIFTY 1 Five Hundred Dollars 500 Statue of Washington MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. ONE 1 Female. FIFTY MECHANICSn, Mass. FIFTY 1 E Indian on shield, farming utensils around ; ship in distance MASS. BANK, Boston, Mass. 2 Blacksmith anvil and forge. MECHANICS’ BANK, Boston, Mass. Farmer hoy with rake milkmaid with pail ; two gold dollars ; farm house and sows in distance. 2

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 278 Mechanics] 279 .VH YE AIVJD. Bank of Baltimore [lOOJ .... Bank of Commerce, Baltimore, Bank of Westminster, Cecil Bank, Port Deposit, '. Central Bank of Frederick Chesapeake Bank, Baltimore, Citizens’ Bank, Baltiihore, .0 [6] . . . . Commercial & Farmers’ Bank of Baltimore, Cumberland Bank of Alleghany, Cumberland, Easton Bank of Maryland, Easton Farmers’ Bank of Maryland, Annapolis, Farmers’ & Mechanics’ Bank, Elktou, Farmers’ & Mechanics’ Bank, Frederick Farmers’ & Mechanics’ Bank of Carroll Co., Westminster, . Farmers’ & Mechanics’ Bank of Kent Co., Chestertown, . Farmers’ & Merchants’ B.ank, Baltimore Farmers’ & Planters’ Bank, Baltimore Fell’s

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Highlight: 3 MECHANICS’ BANK, Now York City. 5 K VIg. Same as cl thie*. V Oompt’a die. 5 MECHANICS’ BANK, Now York City. 1 Figure of Blacksmith MECHANICS BANK, 10 10 TEN DOELAE.S. TEN City of New York. Compt’g die! with sword blacitsmith. widgcalei MECHANICSther eidu of a shield, aurmoun- tod by an eagle; shipping U) distance. Med. head and figs. 100 on either side of trig. 100 Title of Bank ' 1 500 c 500 500 SameasfiTaa diatanoe. Titla of Bank. 500 1000 Steiimship, 1000 row bonC, other Teasels and rlew of elty. 6 ' a I 100 MECHANICS’ BANK. Now York City. 100 1000 Title Of Bank. Cempt’s dla. 109 (r T¥70 I^uro 2 with portrait of Wanhiouton and word Stonn^ outtm Compt’v dl« Ills bench. two. Title of Bank. 2 ONE

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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1862

    Highlight: Deckertown 238 Farmers’ & Mechanics’ Bank, Camden 239 Farmers’ & Mechanics, 239 Far. & Mer. Bank, Middletown Point, [ 2 5 50] 239 Freehold Banking Company, Freehold, 240 Gloucester County Bank, Woodbury, 240 Hacketstown Bank, Hacketstown,. 240 Hobokeu City Bank, Hoboken, 240 Hudson County Bank, Jersey City, [1] 241 Hunterdon County Bank, Flemington 241 Iron Bank, Morristown i [5] . . . . 241 Lambertville Bank, Lambertville, 241 Mechanics’ Bank of Burlington, ...... 242 Mechanics’ Bank, Newark [2 3] . . . . 242 Mechanics’ & Manufacturers’ Bank, Trenton, 242 Mechanics’ & Traders’ Bank, Jersey City, L 5] 243 Millville Bank, Millville, 243 Mount Holly Bank, Mount Holly, 243 Newark Banking Company, Newark, 243 Newark City Bank, Newark, [2] . . . ._ 244 Orange Bank, Orange 244

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    Highlight: Far & Manufacturers Rank L 0 J • - ® u Farmers’ A: Mechanics Bank, Genesee. [ 1 ] 95, .307 Farmers & Mechanics Ban! , Rochester 71, 310 Flour City Bank Fort Plain Bank Fort Stanwix Bank . 4’^ l-< Frankfort Bank Fredonia Rank Frontier Rank. Fulton County Bank ...» 1-- Geneaee County R*nk Genesee River Rank Gene ee Valley Rank ™ George Washington Bank ^ Glenn’s Falls Bank. Goshen Bank lM » IT .1. Miuers’ Bank 4*5 Hamilton Rank Hamilton Exchange Bank Herkimer Co. Bauk * Highland Rank * Hollister Rank ••••••* JJJ Hudson River Rank [ 3']-- A “°i *;?7 Huguenot Bank q, Hungerford’s Bank LoJ-- International Bank Ilion Bank ; ,‘J? Iron Bank Jamestown Bank jJJ Jefferson County Bank 91 > Ftidson Rank - ™ Kingston Bank l *' 4 ’ I.ake Mahopac Rank A -* Take Shore Rank ' Leonardsville Rank Livingston Co

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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    Highlight: 100 I MECHANICSia, Pa. w to 0 bouses in distance. Dou- ble med. head ou either o 500 Fi.-w of the 500 Female bust. side of vig. Female o building for- merly occu- § S * M KENSINGTON B'K, portrait. pied by ilio Bunk. V Philadelphia, Pa. 5 590 Spread eagle; houses ou right; cars ou left. Two females; one standing the other kuceling. Washington TRADESMEN’S B’K, Philadelphia, Pa. 500 Female bathing. 500 MECHANICSboats, Med. head, and other .head, water craft ; mountain seen- X Female erect erj, houses, etc. Female and and vessel in spinning distance. KENSINGTON B'K, wheel. X Philadelphia, Pa. 10 5 MECHANICS’ BANK, Philadelphia, Pa. 5 Agricultura

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