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Framed Set of Six Obsolete Cochituate Bank Currency Notes from Boston, 1853

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A framed set of six obsolete Cochituate Bank banknotes from Boston, 1853. Lot includes a framed set of obsolete banknotes issued by The Cochituate Bank of Boston, MA in 1853. Set includes a one dollar note, a two dollar note, a three dollar note, a five dollar note, a ten dollar note and a fifty dollar note. Each banknote is hand signed. It appears as though each banknote is glued or mounted to a wooden backer. Each banknote measures 6 7/8′ × 3′. Frame measures 13 1/4′ × 26 3/4′ × 3/4’.

  • Everything But The House does not grade coins or currency. Existing grades offered by third party grading services, if accompanying any particular coins or currency, are presented for informational purposes only and subsequent feedback from future grading authorities may or may not coincide with the information provided. Coins and Currency cannot be shipped internationally.


- bank notes are affixed/glued to wooden backers.


13.25" W x 26.75" H x 0.75" D

- measurements of frame.

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