$1 Proof - Unique

Union Bank of Medina

186 _

The bank was organized in 1862 and remained in business until 1931 when it suspended during the Great Depression. This note incorporates a center vignette depicting the classic rivalry that developed between canals and railroads, flanked by the New York Bank Department die at left and an oval female portrait at right. The note has rich brown borders and a brown protector panel. Excessively rare and probably unique.
Formerly of the Eric Newman Collection