Bank Of Fayetteville

The Bank Of Fayetteville, North Carolina was chartered on January 27, 1849 with a capital of $800,000. It issued notes in denominations of $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $10, and $20 (Source: Pennell).

$1 Bank Of Fayetteville, NC (1855)
Pennell 770A
Image Contribution: Handini

The $1 above has the engraver's imprint of Baldwin, Adams & Co. New York. The two varieties listed in Pennell of the $1 note from this bank are based on the engravers imprint. Pennell 770 has the imprint of Durand, Baldwin & Co. New York while Pennell 770A (shown above) has the imprint of Baldwin, Adams & Co. New York.


  1. What's the 1.00 note avove worth?

    1. A $1.00 note in similar condition would run between $60 and $90 depending on the dealer you buy it from.


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