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National Bank Notes (cont’d)

ten remain in a safe or safe deposit box, many prefer to frame National Bank Notes for display.  

      What makes this area even more attractive are the relatively low prices of many notes.  While some famous notes (like “Intercourse, PA, Amityville, NY) can cost thousands or tens of thousands, many notes, even with populations under 100 can be purchased in the low hundreds, and some very rare in the very low thousands.  Because market penetration is rapidly growing yet still miniscule compared to what is possible and probable, the upside potential to prices of National Bank Notes is absolutely outstanding. I see no area of numismatics with as much growth potential as small size National Bank Notes. 

      That these notes are historically interesting and fun to collect        adds extra spice of enjoyment to their huge profit potential.