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The First National Bank of Delmar, Delaware
The First National Bank of Delmar, Delaware was the only bank in Delmar in to
nationalize. It originally opened for business as a national bank in 1904 and
it survived the great depression to make it past the national currency era
which ended in 1935. The bank’s charter number is 7211.
On occasion a 1929 small size note from Delmar is available. However, 1902 red
and blue seal national bank notes from The First National Bank of Delmar are
hard to find. It is currently thought that only two notes from that 1904 to
1928 period still exist. As with most banks in Delaware, the appeal of currency
from The First National Bank of Delmar is that it is from a small one bank town
in a very small state.
James Polk Morris was likely the JP Morris listed as the first president of The
First National Bank of Delmar in the 1904 Office of the Comptroller of Currency
report. Samuel Kerr Slemons was the first cashier of the bank.
If you have any currency from The First National Bank of Delmar, please tell us
about it. We are certainly interested parties, and you will likely be very
pleased with our appraisal.
Contact me via email: email@example.com, phone: 864-430-4020,
Note: A $10 1929 Type 1 issued by The First National Bank of Delmar was sold
three years ago. The note was graded Fine+. It had an opening book bid of
$1,500 and sold for $1,600.