Post your Large Size Replacement Nationals


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Shawn Hewitt
Post your Large Size Replacement Nationals

This thread is a companion to "Identification of Series of 1882 and 1902 National Bank Replacement Notes Printed in the 1903-1915 Period" in the September-October edition of Paper Money.  Please report your discoveries here.

Be sure to check out my blog series for summary statistics.

For starters, I'll post the favorite LSRN that I have, a $20 Date Back on Hartford, Michigan.  The use of old style fonts is pretty obvious on this one.

Shawn Hewitt
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Here is another close favorite of mine.  A very common bank, but fairly scarce as a replacement.

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David Grant
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I can add 2 of these, a "common" #1 RS and a DB $50.

Is there a listing of all reported replacements available? Thanks!

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David Grant
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Shawn Hewitt
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Thanks for posting these.  Eventually the list will make its way to the NBN Census database, where notes will be flagged as replacements.

Shawn Hewitt
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Here's a nice Brown Back replacement that I picked up recently.  It is from the first sheet of a printing run, N639141N-N640140N, 25901-26900.

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Shawn Hewitt
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Here's a nice #1 replacement 1902 Date Back.

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Shawn Hewitt
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This replacement Plain Back was found on eBay in August.

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David Grant
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1902 PB replacement. The bank changed its title in 1919 to "First National" from "Third National." The "3" is the indicator.

BTW, in looking thru my notes, I noticed that the inking on later PBs seems consistently lighter than earlier ones resulting in numbers that look thinner. I wonder if you've noticed this as well or perhaps its just the result of a small sample size...

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