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Town name dresses up collection

By Peter Huntoon

Mountain Grove is a town with a population of a little under 5,000 located in the Ozarks east of Springfield on US 60.

The bank had a small circulation that was supported by modest numbers of Series of 1902 notes and small numbers of 1929 notes. A handful of notes are reported from it.

The town name has charm, so it caught my eye as I was digging through the Missouri proofs. Just the type of town name needed to dress up a collection.

 

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