1777 16 Shillings Pennsylvania Currency 4/10/77 VF-30 PMG

1777 16 Shillings Pennsylvania Currency 4/10/77 VF-30 PMG
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Colorful and scarce 1777 16 Shilling Note from Pennsylvania, graded as Very Fine-30 by PMG. Red and Black Ink Version.

Currency Highlights:

  • Here is a nice Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania dated April 10, 1777.
  • Housed in an inert mylar currency holder and graded Very Fine-30 by PMG. Notation of paper pull and stains.
  • Printed by John Dunlap of Philadelphia in the denomination of 16 Shillings.
  • Face: Signed by William Kenly and Benjamin Betterton.
  • Back: "TO COUNTERFEIT IS DEATH!"


Nice little flecks of mica attest to this note's originality. Add this 16 Shillings Pennsylvania note to your cart today!

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