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I understand that the old check that I have is pretty rare.
It is an inverted RN-X7.  It was issued by the 1st National Bank of Oxford, New York on October 26, 1896 and is #116347. I believe there are a couple known of this type.  
Could you give me an idea if my knowledge is correct and possibly how valuable it may be?  
Any information would be extremely helpful and I appreciate your
time and trouble.
Thanks  Susan

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Susan,

The current catalog (retail) value for the 1898 revenue Scott RN-X7g (inverted variety) in fault-free, eye-appealing condition is $750.

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