The American National Bank of Idaho Falls, Idaho

The American National Bank of Idaho Falls, Idaho

The American National Bank of Idaho Falls, Idaho was the longest lived national bank in Idaho Falls.  It opened in 1903, two years after The First National Bank of Idaho Falls closed.  Every kind of note you could want is available from this bank.  There are a couple of 1902 red seals floating around.  There are some high grade 1902 blue seals, and 1929 small size notes are plentiful and cheap.  Its charter number is 6982.

One reason I chose to profile The American National Bank of Idaho Falls is the name of the bank and town.  Geographic themes are popular in Idaho.  There is American Falls, Twin Falls, and Idaho Falls.  Any time a bank or town name really connects with the state, the note will almost always be popular with collectors.

The early pioneer Bowen Curley was the first president of The American National Bank of Idaho Falls.  Jay Rollin Mason (or Jay Rolin Mason) was the first cashier of the bank.  Both men worked at the bank on into the 1920s.

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

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