The Home Bank Banknote Guide

The following is some very basic information about the denominations and years that The Home Bank printed money:

The branch bank location in West Meriden issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates):  $1 – 1850
2nd Series:  $2 – 1850
3rd Series:  $3 – 1850
4th Series:  $5 – 1850
5th Series:  $10 – 1850
6th Series:  $20 – 1860s
7th Series:  $50 – 1860s
8th Series:  $100 – 1860s

Banknotes issued by The Home Bank are no longer good at a value equal to their face value. However, the banknote can certainly still be rare, collectible and hold signicant value. These are known as obsolete banknotes.

Obsolete money is valued similarly to any other antique currency. The condition and rarity are the two most important factors that determine what the specimen can be valued at.

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List of States:

Browse Banks That Issued Obsolete Bank Notes by State

Alabama ( 23 Banks )

Arkansas ( 2 Banks )

Connecticut ( 90 Banks )

Delaware ( 17 Banks )

District of Columbia ( 80 Banks )

Florida ( 15 Banks )

Georgia ( 66 Banks )

Illinois ( 164 Banks )

Indiana ( 126 Banks )

Iowa ( 2 Banks )

Kansas ( 12 Banks )

Kentucky ( 47 Banks )

Louisiana ( 33 Banks )

Maine ( 132 Banks )

Maryland ( 56 Banks )

Massachusetts ( 266 Banks )

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Michigan ( 81 Banks )

Minnesota ( 36 Banks )

Mississippi ( 45 Banks )

Missouri ( 13 Banks )

Nebraska ( 16 Banks )

New Hampshire ( 76 Banks )

New Jersey ( 114 Banks )

New York ( 485 Banks )

North Carolina ( 21 Banks )

Ohio ( 96 Banks )

Pennsylvania ( 143 Banks )

Rhode lsland ( 114 Banks )

South Carolina ( 20 Banks )

Tennessee ( 46 Banks )

Texas ( 2 Banks )

Utah ( 1 Banks )

Vermont ( 61 Banks )

Virginia ( 44 Banks )

Wisconsin ( 166 Banks )