Colonial Currency

Colonial Currency
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1776 Half a Dollar Continental Currency, 2/17/76, Fine
Continental Note, dated February 17, 1776. This is the so-called 'Fugio Note.' It depicts the sundial similar to the one on the Fugio Cent. It is CC #21. It bears the same inscriptions "We Are One" and depicts 13 linked rings. Printed by Ha.... Read More
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1776 $3 Continental Currency, 11/2/76, Very Fine
Continental Note, dated November 2, 1776. It is CC #48. It depicts an eagle fighting a snake. The denomination is 3 Spanish Milled Dollars. Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia. That firm was formerly known as Benjamin Franklin and H.... Read More
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1777 12 Shillings Pennsylvania Currency 4/10/1777 - Very Good
A great piece of history in this Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated April 10, 1777. It is lsited as # PA220a. The denomination is Twelve Shillings. Signed by William Kenly and Benjamin Betterton. The note grades V.... Read More
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