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$10 "Value Back" bank note dated 1882 from the Citizens National Bank of Bowling Green, Kentucky, depicting a vignette of Benjamin Franklin conducting the kite experiment with his son William, June 1752, left, with a vignette of America seizing lighting from the skies, right, obverse. Portrait of William P. Fessenden, former Secretary of the Treasury, right, and a seated figure representing Mechanics, right, reverse. Third Issue. Serial # U299678/10400 pp E. CH # 5900. FR # 545. Lyons/Roberts signatures. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: Very Fine/Extremely Fine condition.