Records dating to 1780 and a deed recorded in 1923 mention a rock pile with an iron pipe as the point where the three counties meet.But a land survey conducted in 1961 led Chatham and Wake counties to adopt a boundary that didn't adhere to that original description.I enjoy the fun of collecting and got carried away and when I wanted a note I just couldn’t let it go.'Many of these banks went bust when there was a run on them, often in the 1820s and 1830s.

In late 1990, the manufacturer considered consolidating operations in Chicago, but the Pittsburgh area managed to retain the brand with the firm moving all operations from a Chicago's O'Hare suburb to the north side of Pittsburgh in the fall of 1991.

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All corners of Britain are represented in the collection that is so big it is having to be sold in a series of auctions.

The collection has taken about 30 years to assemble Note-worthy: A Weymouth & Dorsetshire Bank £1 note from 1825.

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Affected residents will be notified by mail in the coming days and are invited to attend a public meeting with representatives from all three counties at p.m. 5 at Northwest Harnett Fire Department, at 6015 Christian Light Road near Fuquay-Varina.

Anyone with questions before or after the meeting can call Harnett County GIS at 910-893-7523.

The bank notes were always printed on high quality paper and are larger than today's £50 note Charity: A Stuckeys Somersetshire bank £5 note from 1909.

The notes will be sold in four sales starting with the south and south west region, with the first sale on October 10 and the proceeds will be donated to charity'Most people are unaware of all the provincial banks that used to exist and the notes they produced.

The company, led by brothers Jon and James Slavet, raised M in angel funding and a further M in a full venture round led by Greylock Partners and August Capital.