1776 $2 Continental Currency 2/17/76 VF-25 PMG

1776 $2 Continental Currency 2/17/76 VF-25 PMG
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Very Nice 1776 $2 Continental Currency, dated February 17, 1776. Pieces of mica are mixed into the paper to deter counterfeiting.

Currency Highlights:

  • Continental Note, dated February 17, 1776.
  • This is a nice note that has been graded Very Fine-25 by PMG, also noted on reverse is minor rust.
  • Depicts grain being trashed by a flail with the Latin saying "TRIBULATIO DITAT" which translates to Affliction Enriches.
  • The denomination is 2 Spanish Milled Dollars.
  • Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia. That firm was formerly known as Benjamin Franklin and Hall.


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