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1778 $7 Continental Currency, 9/26/78, Fine
This Continental Note was authorized by the Continental Congress on September 26, 1778. The denomination is 7 Spanish Milled Dollars. Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia. That firm was formerly known as Benjamin Franklin and Hall. S.... Read More
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1777 2 Pence Connecticut Currency 10/11/77 About New
Connecticut Colonial 2 Pence note, dated October 11, 1777. Nice CT note and one of the last issues to be denominated in British coinage as we declared our Independence from Britain the previous year. This note has faded signatures, but is i.... Read More
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1776 20 Shillings Delaware Currency 1/1/1776 AU
Great Colonial Note from the State of Delaware, and authorized by the state legislature on New Years Day, 1776. The denomination is 20 Shillings. Printed by James Adams. Signed by John McKinly, Thomas Collins, and Boaz Manlove. The note is .... Read More
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1774 $2/3 Maryland Currency 4/10/1774 XF
A nice piece of history in this Colonial Note from the State of Maryland, and dated April 10, 1774. The denomination is 2/3 Dollar. Signed by John Clapham and William Eddis. Has an intricate leaf design and flecks of mica to help deter coun.... Read More
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1774 $8 Maryland Currency 4/10/1774 XF
A nice piece of history in this Colonial Note from the State of Maryland, and dated April 10, 1774. The denomination is Eight Dollars. Signed by John Clapham and William Eddis. Has an intricate leaf design and flecks of mica to help deter c.... Read More
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1775 1 Shilling Pennsylvania Currency 10/25/1775 - Fine
Here is a nice piece of history that was printed just after the beginning of the Revolutionary War. This Colonial Currency Note from the State of Pennsylvania was authorized by the state legislature on October 25, 1775. Printed by Hall and .... Read More
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1777 4 Pence Pennsylvania 4/10/1777 - Very Fine
Fairly Scarce Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated April 10, 1777. It is listed as # PA210. The denomination is Four Pence. The signatures have faded. The note is printed in BLACK ink and grades Very Fine. One smal.... Read More
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1777 6 Pence Pennsylvania 4/10/1777 - Fine
Scarce Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated April 10, 1777. It is listed as # PA211. The denomination is Six Pence. Signed by Caleb Davis. The note is printed in BLACK ink and grades Fine. There is a tape repair on.... 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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1777 16 Shillings Pennsylvania Currency 4/10/1777 - Very Good
Great piece of history in this Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and dated April 10, 1777. It is lsited as # PA221a. The denomination is Sixteen Shillings. Signed by John Brown and Levi Budd. The note grades Very Good and.... Read More
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1777 20 Shillings Pennsylvania Currency 4/10/1777 - Very Fine
Here is a nice Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and dated April 10, 1777. Printed by John Dunlap of Philadelphia in the denomination of Twenty Shillings. Signed by William Kenly and Benjamin Betterton. The note grades Ve.... Read More
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1780 One Dollar Rhode Island Currency 7/2/1780 - Fine +
Neat Colonial Note from the State of Rhode Island and dated July 2, 1780. It is lsited as # RI282. The denomination is One Dollar. Signed by Thomas Rumreill. The note grades Fine+. There is great red and black printing on the back to deter .... Read More
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1780 $3 Rhode Island Currency 7/2/1780 - Very Fine
This pre-Federal Note from the State of Rhode Island was authorized by the state legislature on July 2, 1780. The denomination is Three Spanish Milled Dollars. Signed by one unidentied signer and A. Comstock. There is the usual mica flakes .... Read More
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1780 $4 Rhode Island Currency 7/2/1780 CU
Uncirculated pre-Federal currency from Rhode Island! Read More
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1786 5 Shillings Rhode Island Currency May 1786 - Fine
WOW! A great piece of history in this Colonial Currency note from the State of Rhode Island from the May 1786 sessions. Printed by Southwick and Barber. The denomination is Five Shillings. This note has seen definite circulation, but still .... Read More
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1781 $20 Virginia Currency 3/1/1781 - VF
Here is a wonderful piece of history. This $20 Colonial note from Virginia carries an issue date of March 1, 1781. The printing on the front of this example is very legible and is also denominated as Six Pounds. Signatures of J. Rose, J. Ly.... Read More
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1776 $4 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 4 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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1775 $7 Continental Currency 11/29/75 Very Fine
Continental Note, dated November 29, 1775. It is CC #17. The denomination is 7 Spanish Milled Dollars. Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia. That firm was formerly known as Benjamin Franklin and Hall. Signed by one unidentifiable si.... Read More
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