Colonial Currency

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1773 5 Shillings Pennsylvania 10/1/1773 Extra Fine
Scarce Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated October 1, 1773. The denomination is 5 Shillings. Signed by Emlen, Fisher, and Lewis. The note is printed in both BLACK and RED ink and grades Extra Fine. Printed by Hall .... Read More
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1773 15 Shillings Pennsylvania 10/1/1773 Extra Fine
Scarce Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated October 1, 1773. The denomination is 15 Shillings. Signed by Benjamin Morgan, Barnes, and William Fisher. The note is printed in both BLACK and RED ink and grades Extra Fi.... Read More
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1780 $1 Massachusetts Currency 5/5/1780 - Fine Cancelled
Neat Colonial Note from the State of Massachusetts and dated May 5, 1780 - printed just prior to the end of the Revolution. The denomination is One Dollar. Signed by two men - hard to make out. The note grades Fine. There is great red and b.... Read More
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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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1774 $6 Maryland Currency 4/10/1774 Very Fine
A nice piece of history in this Colonial Note from the State of Maryland, and dated April 10, 1774. The denomination is Six Dollars. Signed by John Clapham and William Eddis. Has an intricate leaf design and flecks of mica to help deter cou.... Read More
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1776 $2/3 Maryland Currency 4/10/1774 Very Fine
A nice piece of history in this Colonial Note from the State of Maryland, and dated April 10, 1774. The denomination is two-thirds of a Dollars or the equivalent of 3 Shillings. Printed by A.C. and F. Green, this note has bold signatures of.... Read More
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1776 $1 1/3 Maryland Currency 8/14/1776 Fine
A nice piece of history in this Colonial Note from the State of Maryland, and dated August 14, 1776. Printed by Jonas Green of Annapolis, the denomination is One and one-third Dollars. The note grades Fine. Neat colonial note from revolutio.... Read More
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1763 18 Pence New Jersey Currency 12/31/1763 AU
A great piece of history in this Colonial Currency Note from the State of New Jersey and dated December 31, 1763. The denomination is 18 Pence, and printed by James Parker. This note is in Almost Uncirculated condition. Bold black printing.... 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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