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      19th-CENTURY CURRENCY &
CHECKS - NORFOLK


Exchange Bank | Franklin Bank | City of Norfolk | County of Norfolk | Indian Poll Drawbrige Co. | Whitehurst Money | Family Grocery Money | Bank of Commerce


Shown below are various fronts and (some) backs of Exchange Bank (Norfolk) bank notes:


May 9, 1850



1850 $100 obverse



1856 $10 obverse



1856 $20 obverse



April 3, 1856



October 22, 1858



1858 $20 obverse



January 9, 1859



April 5, 1860



January 1861



January 1861



May 3, 1862



May 3, 1862



1862






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