The First National Bank of Huntington Beach, California

The First National Bank of Huntington Beach, California

The First National Bank of Huntington Beach, California opened in 1905 in Orange County.  Eleven different towns in Orange County had national banks.  Its charter number is 7868.

As you might expect, national bank notes from Orange County are almost always in demand.  Notes from The First National Bank of Huntington Beach are the most desirable of any currency from Orange County, and they are on the short list for the entire state of California.  It is currently thought that no currency from The First National Bank of Huntington Beach exists.  However, the bank printed $370,000 worth of national bank notes, and just shy of 30,000 bank notes.  With a printing that large, it seems extremely likely that some bank notes from Huntington Beach will show up at some point.  The First National Bank of Huntington Beach was open for 16 years.  It closed in 1921.

The first president of The First National Bank of Huntington Beach was Stephen Townsend.  The first cashier was James F Heartwell.

If you have any currency from The First National Bank of Huntington Beach, please tell us about it.  We are certainly interested parties, and you will likely be very pleased with our appraisal.

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