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Idaho National Currency Bank Note Information

  • Idaho had 86 national currency issuing charters in 56 towns.
  • There are 1120 Idaho national bank notes known,
  • Idaho is the 6th scarcest state just beating out Nevada at #7.
  • There are six charters where bank notes are unknown.
  • I collect Idaho National Currency bank notes
  • If you’re looking to sell your rare paper money, we are buyers! Info@RareMoneyValues.com

Rare Idaho National Currency Bank Note Issuing Banks

 

  • American National Bank of Caldwell, Idaho
    In business only four years from 1909 to 1913.
    This is a blue seal only bank and super tough to find. There are two known!
    With about 5000 sheets issued this bank should be more common.
  • Bannock National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho
    Another great Indian title on this bank which operated between 1902 and 1921.
    This bank issued both red seals and blue seals only one of which survives today.
  • Blaine County National Bank of Hailey, Idaho
    Chartered in 1917 and lasted only until 1925.
    This bank issued only large blue seals but a fair amount of them.
  • Boise City National Bank, Boise City Idaho
    Organized in 1886 and lasting through to 1932 this is one of Idaho most prolific banks.
    They issued brownbacks, red seals, blue seals and small sized brown seals.
    This bank issued territorial notes which are highly desirable.
  • Bonner County National Bank of Sandpoint, Idaho
    This bank opened in 1908 and lasted through to 1935.
    This bank is not uncommon in small sized but it’s unknown in large.
    I would be very happy to one day find a blue seal for this bank.
  • Exchange National Bank of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho
    Started in 1904 this bank lasted until 1929 and issued red seals, blue seals and small sized brown seals
    In 1915 they assumed the circulation of the FNB in Coeur D’Alene which is probably why those notes are so scarce.
  • First National Bank of American Falls, Idaho
    In business for 16 years between 1907 and 1923.
    It issued only Series 1902 large sized bank notes in red seals and blue seals.
    The original bank is under a reservoir with the rest of the old townsite. The entire city was moved in 1925.
    Bank notes from this charter are relatively common but still nice to see.
  • First National Bank of Ashton, Idaho
    Operating from 1912 to 1928 this bank only issued blue seals.
    Ashton is a little town, nestled up close to Yellowstone and Montana.
  • First National Bank of Blackfoot, Idaho
    From 1904 through the beginning of 1934 this bank printed red seals, blue seals and small sized brown seals.
    This is not an easy bank in large sized. There are no known red seals but if one were to surface it would be a great note.
    I love the name of this bank. Named after the fierce indian tribe.
  • First National Bank of Boise City, Idaho
    This was the first chartered bank in Idaho, officially chartered in 1867.
    This is the only bank in Idaho to have preceeded the national banking era. They issued their own (obsolete) notes.
    This is also the only bank in Idaho that issued $1.00 and $2.00 bills.
    (only a single $2 is known and it was probably saved because it had serial number 2)
    Notes from this bank are pretty common but can be pretty valuable if the note is a territorial note.
  • First National Bank of Bonners Ferry, Idaho
    Starting in 1915 this bank lasted through to 1935 when it was liquidated.
    They issued blue seals in dateback and plainback varieties.
    This note is kind of tough in large size but available in small size.
  • First National Bank of Buhl, Idaho
    This bank lasted eight years between 1917 and 1925.
    Having printed nearly 7500 sheets it would seem to be a more common bank but it’s not.
  • First National Bank of Burley, Idaho
    This bank operated for eight years between 1913 and 1921.
    The bank issued over 7500 sheets but notes are still hard to find.
    This bank issued only blue seals in dateback and plainback varieties.
  • First National Bank of Caldwell, Idaho
    From 1892 to liquidation in 1935 this bank was lasted 43 years.
    It issued 1882 brownbacks, 1902 blue seals and 1929 small sized notes.
    While the bank did issue 1882 series notes, none are known.
  • First National Bank of Challis, Idaho
    This bank operated from 1909 to 1917 but since the town was so tiny and it’s currency needs limited,
    They only issued a little over 800 sheets. Because of that, notes on this bank are very scarce.
  • First National Bank of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho
    This bank started up in 1903 and lasted until 1915 when it was acquired by the Exchange National Bank.
    They issued red seals and blue seals. Sadly there are no notes with this title known.
  • First National Bank of Cottonwood, Idaho
    From 1905 to 1935 this bank churned out red seals, blue seals and small sized notes.
    The bank isn’t tremendously rare but a red seal on this bank is a cool note and one I would love to own!
  • First National Bank of Driggs, Idaho
    In business from 1912 to 1929, the bank issued blue seals and small sized brown seals.
    The cashier Carlos Driggs saved the #1 and #2 note in the family where the #1 still remains.
    Rumor has it Mr. Driggs advised the family not to ever sell the #1 note. Maybe on day…
  • First National Bank of Dubois, Idaho
    This tough bank was in business from 1919 to 1927 when it went in to bankruptcy.
    The bank only issued blue seals and not a large amount of those.
    There is only one note known for this bank.
  • First National Bank of Emmett, Idaho
    This is another tough bank that operated from 1902 to 1930.
    Even though they made it to the small sized issuing period no small notes were issued.
    They issued red seals and blue seals only. Happily I own one of the three notes known on the bank.
  • First National Bank of Fairfield, Idaho
    This is an interesting bank that started off as the First National Bank of Soldier, Idaho.
    The FNB of Soldier operated until the OSL railroad bypassed the town and built a depot in Fairfield two miles down the road.
    The bank lasted from 1912 to 1920.
    The small bank issued only large blue seals one of which is known today with the Soldier title.
    I would love to add this note to my collection. If you are selling one, please let me know.
  • First National Bank of Firth, Idaho
    A tiny bank which operated from 1918 to 1925 when it’s circulation was assumed by the FNB of Blackfoot.
    This bank issued only 1902 blue seal plainbacks and less than 3000 sheets.
    This is a tough bank with only one known.
  • First National Bank of Genesee, Idaho
    This bank lasted a mere 13 months between 1892 and 1893.
    Due to the banks short life and the small communities modest currency needs only 236 sheets were printed.
    The bank is currently unknown.
  • First National Bank of Hagerman, Idaho
    From 1912 to 1935 this towns longevity belies it’s rarity.
    With an issued of less than 2000 sheets notes are uncommon at best.
  • First National Bank of Hailey, Idaho
    From 1888 to 1908 this bank issued territorial and state brownback $5 notes.
    This is an exceptionally tough bank.
  • First National Bank of Idaho Falls, Idaho
    An oddity, this bank lasted about 5 months during 1901.
    The bank was issued 125 sheets of 1882 brownbacks but they were never issued it seems.
  • First National Bank of Kellogg, Idaho
    This bank lasted for 26 years between 1909 and 1935.
    The bank issued large blue seals and small sized brownseals.
  • First National Bank of Kendrick, Idaho
    For seven years between 1892 and 1899 this bank issued only $50 and $100 1882 brownbacks.
    A note on this bank would be a great rarity. There are only 20 brownbacks on state and none are $50 or $100’s
    There is a rumor of a note on this bank in the Pacific Northwest but it hasn’t been seen since the initial report.
    If you know of this note I would certainly like to hear from you!
  • First National Bank of Ketchum, Idaho
    In business for six years between 1884 and 1890 all notes on this bank are territorial.
    There is only one note known on the bank and it’s sitting in the ANA museum, locked up forever.
    This is a dream note for any collector of Idaho nationals.
  • First National Bank of Lewiston, Idaho
    This long lived bank lasted from 1883 to 1935.
    The bank issued territorials and state notes, only one of the former is known however.
    This bank did issue red seal $50’s and $100’s, none of which are known.
  • First National Bank of Meridian, Idaho
    For twelve years between 1912 and 1924 this bank issued blue seal notes.
    This is a tough bank to find, happily I have the finest known on the bank.
  • First National Bank of Montpelier, Idaho
    Organized in 1904 and lasting until 1925.
    The bank issued red seals and blue seals.
    There are very few notes known on this bank, one is a red seal.
    I would love to buy a red seal on this charter. If you are selling or want a free appraisal, please contact me.
  • First National Bank of Moscow, Idaho
    Starting in 1885 during the territorial era this bank lasted until 1935. A nice run.
    No territorials are known and precious few blue seals. Small notes are plentiful.
  • First National Bank of Mountainhome, Idaho
    Chartered in 1902 and lasting until 1928 this bank had a good run for such a small town.
    The bank issued red seals and blue seals.
    Mountainhome is now most famous for the Air Force base located there.
    It also serves notice that Boise is within an hour drive as you come across the state from the East.
  • First National Bank of Mullan, Idaho
    This tiny town was lucky to have a bank that lasted from 1907 to 1933, a nice result.
    The bank issued red seals and blue seals and small brown seals.
    In large sized this bank is tough to find.
  • First National Bank of Newdale, Idaho
    A little town close to the border of Montana.
    The bank was started late in the national era in 1917 and lasted only six years to 1923.
    With only one note known on the bank it’s a good find if a new one is located.
  • First National Bank of Nez Perce, Idaho
    Nez Perce is one of the great Indian titles on Idaho.
    Chartered in 1903 and lasting only three years until 1906, the bank issued only red seals.
    There are no notes known to the census but I am told there is one out there.
  • First National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho
    A long lived bank that lasted from 1889 to 1928.
    This bank issued territorial and state brownbacks including $50 and $100 denominations.
    A $50 or $100 brownback on this bank would be a blockbuster note for Idaho collectors.
  • First National Bank of Ririe, Idaho
    In operation from 1916 to 1924 the bank only issued blue seals and not many of those.
    If you ever find yourself in this part of the country there is a nice mini golf course in Ririe.
  • First National Bank of Rupert, Idaho
    Chartered in 1913 this bank lasted ten years until 1923 when they went under.
    The bank only issued blue seals which are tough to find.
  • First National Bank of Shelley, Idaho
    In operation for 6 years between 1919 and 1925.
    The bank only issued blue seals and very few remain.
    This town is known primarily for it’s potato festival.
  • First National Bank of Shoshone, Idaho
    Another great Indian title! This bank operated from 1903 until 1928.
    The bank issued red seals and blue seals. I would love a red seal from here.
    It used to be a big Sheep depot because of the railroad.
  • First National Bank of Soldier, Idaho
    This bank only lasted a few years before the entire town of Soldier packed up and moved two miles down
    the road to Fairfield because that is where the railroad chose to use as a depot.
    Sadly the notes are very rare with only one known. If you have seen a note or own one from bank please contact me!
  • First National Bank of Twin Falls, Idaho
    Chartered in 1905 and lasting until 1931 this bank had a good run. Not surprising as the town was relatively large.
    The bank issued red seals and blue seals.
    The notes from this bank aren’t common but they can be had if one is patient.
  • First National Bank of Wendell, Idaho
    This bank sprang into being in 1909 and operated for twelve years until 1922 when it gave it up.
    The bank only issued 1902 blue seals.
    Notes on this bank are hard to come by but it seems like they should be more common from the issuance.
  • Hailey National Bank of Hailey, Idaho
    Chartered in 1908 and lasting until 1935.
    This bank issued large blue seals and small brownseals.
    The president of this bank was a prominent citizen, the towns Doctor J. C. Fox
  • Idaho National Bank of Boise, Idaho
    From 1906 to 1921 this bank issued red and blue seal large notes.
    I love the title layout on these notes because the Idaho is prominent.
    A red seal on this bank would be a wonderful note to find.
  • Idaho National Bank of Lewiston, Idaho
    From 1900 to 1904 this bank issued large brown seal notes.
    This is the toughest Lewiston bank to find a note from.
  • Idaho National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho
    Lasted less than three years between 1892 and 1895.
    The bank only issued $5 brownbacks, none of which are known to exist.
  • Jefferson County National Bank of Rigby, Idaho
    Started late and lasting only six years between 1919 and 1925, this bank issued only blue seals.
    With less than 1500 sheets printed this note is tough to find.
  • Lewiston National Bank, Lewiston Idaho
    Another long running bank and prolific issuer, this bank ran from 1883 to 1933.
    This bank issued brownbacks, red seals, blue seals and small brown seals.
    Lewiston was the territorial capital of Idaho and was a bustling city.
  • Moscow National Bank of Moscow, Idaho
    This bank just missed the territorial era having been chartered in 1891 and lasting until 1897.
    They issued only 1882 $5.00 brown backs, none of which are known to exist.
  • Payette National Bank of Payette, Idaho
    In business for sixteen years between 1906 and 1922.
    This bank issued red seals and blue seals.
    This bank is not hard to come by unless you want a red seal, none of which are known.
  • Rupert National of Rupert, Idaho
    Opened for business in 1914 and made it to 1925 before succumbing.
    This is another tough bank to find. Rupert is a good note…
  • Twin Falls National Bank of Twin Falls, Idaho
    Starting late in 1918 this bank made it until 1931 before going out.
    The bank issued only blue seals and small brown seal notes.
  • Wallace National Bank of Wallace, Idaho
    From 1908 until 1916 this bank issued blue seals only and not a great deal of those.
    This bank is currently unknown. If you know of a note please let me know too!

List of All National Banks for Idaho

  • The First National Bank Of Idaho Of Boise City, Charter #1668
  • The First National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #2972
  • The Lewiston National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #3023
  • The First National Bank Of Ketchum, Charter #3142
  • The First National Bank Of Moscow, Charter #3408
  • The First National Bank Of Boise City, Charter #3471
  • The First National Bank Of Hailey, Charter #3895
  • The First National Bank Of Pocatello, Charter #4023
  • The Moscow National Bank Of Moscow, Charter #4584
  • The First National Bank Of Caldwell, Charter #4690
  • The First National Bank Of Wallace, Charter #4773
  • The First National Bank Of Kendrick, Charter #4790
  • The First National Bank Of Genesee, Charter #4808
  • The Idaho National Bank Of Pocatello, Charter #4827
  • The Idaho National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #5600
  • The First National Bank Of Saint Anthony, Charter #5764
  • The First National Bank Of Idaho Falls, Charter #5820
  • The First National Bank Of Payette, Charter #5906
  • The First National Bank Of Emmett, Charter #6145
  • The Bannock National Bank Of Pocatello, Charter #6347
  • The First National Bank Of Mountainhome, Charter #6521
  • The First National Bank Of Shoshone, Charter #6577
  • The First National Bank Of Nezperce, Charter #6697
  • The First National Bank Of Weiser, Charter #6754
  • The First National Bank Of Coeur D’Alene, Charter #6793
  • The First National Bank Of Grangeville, Charter #6927
  • The American National Bank Of Idaho Falls, Charter #6982
  • The Exchange National Bank Of Coeur D’Alene, Charter #7120
  • The First National Bank Of Rexburg, Charter #7133
  • The Commercial National Bank Of Saint Anthony, Charter #7230
  • The First National Bank Of Montpelier, Charter #7381
  • The First National Bank Of Blackfoot, Charter #7419
  • The First National Bank Of Preston, Charter #7526
  • The First National Bank Of Twin Falls, Charter #7608
  • The First National Bank Of Cottonwood, Charter #7923
  • The Payette National Bank Of Payette, Charter #8075
  • The First National Bank Of Salmon, Charter #8080
  • The Weiser National Bank Of Weiser, Charter #8139
  • The Western National Bank Of Caldwell, Charter #8225
  • The First National Bank Of Sandpoint, Charter #8341
  • The Idaho National Bank Of Boise, Charter #8346
  • The First National Bank Of Nampa, Charter #8370
  • The First National Bank Of Malad City, Charter #8822
  • The First National Bank Of American Falls, Charter #8869
  • The First National Bank Of Mullan, Charter #8906
  • The Wallace National Bank Of Wallace, Charter #9134
  • The Hailey National Bank Of Hailey, Charter #9145
  • The Bonner County National Bank Of Sandpoint, Charter #9263
  • The Lincoln County National Bank Of Shoshone, Charter #9272
  • The American National Bank Of Caldwell, Charter #9333
  • The First National Bank Of Gooding, Charter #9371
  • The Citizens National Bank Of Salmon, Charter #9432
  • The First National Bank Of Challis, Charter #9477
  • The First National Bank Of Wendell, Charter #9491
  • The First National Bank Of Kellogg, Charter #9566
  • The First National Bank Of Jerome, Charter #9680
  • The Pacific National Bank Of Boise, Charter #10083
  • The First National Bank Of Soldier, Charter #10162
  • The Empire National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #10212
  • The First National Bank Of Meridian, Charter #10221
  • The First National Bank Of Ashton, Charter #10269
  • The First National Bank Of Driggs, Charter #10278
  • The First National Bank Of Hagerman, Charter #10294
  • The First National Bank Of Burley, Charter #10341
  • The First National Bank Of Rupert, Charter #10429
  • The Rupert National Bank Of Rupert, Charter #10517
  • The Citizens National Bank Of Nampa, Charter #10693
  • The First National Bank Of Bonners Ferry, Charter #10727
  • The Overland National Bank Of Boise, Charter #10751
  • The First National Bank Of Saint Maries, Charter #10771
  • The Farmers & Merchants National Bank Of Nampa, Charter #10916
  • The First National Bank Of Ririe, Charter #10920
  • The First National Bank Of Newdale, Charter #10975
  • The Blaine County National Bank Of Hailey, Charter #11053
  • The First National Bank Of Buhl, Charter #11065
  • The First National Bank Of Firth, Charter #11198
  • The Twin Falls National Bank Of Twin Falls, Charter #11274
  • The Idaho Falls National Bank Of Idaho Falls, Charter #11278
  • The First National Bank Of Shelley, Charter #11434
  • The Jefferson County National Bank Of Rigby, Charter #11458
  • The First National Bank Of Parma, Charter #11496
  • The First National Bank Of Dubois, Charter #11508
  • The American National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #11745
  • The Cassia National Bank Of Burley, Charter #12256
  • The First National Bank Of Coeur D’Alene, Charter #13288
  • The Lewiston National Bank Of Lewiston, Charter #13819

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