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Until this discovery, no banknotes from the First national Bank of Rhyolite were known to have survived. That helps explain the $220,000 hammer price at auction.
Rhyolite has fascinated me not only for its rapid build up and decline, but also for the fact that large concrete buildings survived for so long.
Wot Year came the first Banknote out?
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