Ohio Banknote Guide

Showing Listings for 96 Banks that Issued Obsolete Notes In Ohio

  • The Bank of Wooster
  • The Bank of Xenia
  • The Mahoning County Bank
  • The Franklin Bank of Zanesville
  • The Muskingum Bank
  • The Bank of Zanesville
  • The Zanesville Canal & Manufacturing Co.
  • The Bank of Steubenville
  • The Seneca County Bank
  • The Marine Bank
  • The Champaign County Bank
  • The Urbana Banking Company
  • The Western Reserve Bank
  • The Bank of West Union
  • The German Bank of Wooster
  • The Farmers & Mechanics Bank of Steubenville
  • The Bank of Geauga
  • The Commercial Bank of Scioto
  • The Bank of Muskingum
  • The Belmont Bank of St. Clairsville
  • The Bank of Sandusky
  • The Sandusky City Bank
  • The Union Bank of Sandusky City
  • The Farmers Bank of Smithfield
  • The Practical Farmers Bank of Springfield
  • The Springfield Bank
  • The Mount Vernon Bank
  • The Owl Creek Bank of Mount Vernon
  • The New Hagerstown Bank
  • The Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon
  • The Bank of New Philadelphia
  • The Farmers Bank of New Salem
  • The Jefferson Bank of New Salem
  • The Hamilton County Bank (The Newton Library Co.)
  • The Bank of Newton (Newton Library Company)
  • The Bank of Norwalk
  • The Manhattan Bank
  • The Richland & Huron Bank of Mansfield
  • The Bank of Marietta
  • The Ohio River Bank
  • The Bank of Marion
  • The Bank of Massillon
  • The Merchants’ Bank of Massillon
  • The Washington Bank (Washington Social Library Company)
  • The Bank of Mount Pleasant
  • The Bank of Delaware (2nd)
  • The Siota Exporting Company
  • The Franklin Bank of Portage County
  • The Orphan Institute’s Bank
  • The Stark County Orphans Institute
  • The Bank of Gallipolis
  • The Bank of Granville (1st)
  • The Bank of Hamilton
  • The Iron Bank of Ironton
  • The Kirtland Safety Society Bank
  • The Lancaster, Ohio Bank
  • The Lebanon Miami Banking Company
  • The Forest City Bank
  • The City Bank of Columbus
  • The Clinton Bank of Columbus
  • The Franklin Bank of Columbus
  • The Dayton Bank
  • The Dayton Manufacturing Company
  • The Miami Valley Bank of Dayton
  • The Bank of Delaware
  • The Ohio Life Insurance & Trust Company
  • The Bank of The Ohio Valley
  • The Bank of J. H. Platt & Company
  • The Saving Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Union Bank of Exchange
  • The Western Banking Company
  • The Bank of Circleville (1st)
  • The Bank of Circleville (2nd)
  • The Pickaway County Bank
  • The Canal Bank of Cleveland
  • The City Bank of Cleveland
  • The Bank of Cleveland
  • The Bank of Commerce
  • The Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
  • The City Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Commercial Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Exchange Bank
  • The Farmers & Mechanics Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Franklin Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati
  • The Mechanics’ & Traders’ Bank
  • The Miami Exporting Company
  • The Ohio Exporting & Importing Company
  • The Farmers’ Bank of Canton
  • The Stark Country Bank of Canton
  • The Bank of Chillicothe
  • The Farmers, Mechanics & Manufacturers Bank of Chillicothe
  • The Bank of Cincinnati
  • The State Bank of Ohio
  • The Bank of Sandusky Bay
  • The Merchants Bank of Dover

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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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 )

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 )