This note is from the last authorized issue of Continental paper money dated May 10, 1775. This well preserved example of a scarce note makes for an excellent addition to any collection.
- Issued by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia.
- The denomination is 7 Spanish Milled Dollars.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- Graded Choice Extra Fine.
- Face: The emblem on the front shows a storm at sea with the motto: "Serenabit" (It will clear up).
- Back: The nature print on the back is of a buttercup. Paper contains blue threads and mica flakes.
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