Nice and scarce Colonial Note from Pennsylvania. It was issued on 10/1/1773 and is printed with red and black ink to deter counterfeiting.
- Scarce Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- The denomination is Fifty Shillings and is dated October 1, 1773.
- Printed in both black and red ink to deter counterfeiting.
- Grades Extra Fine.
- The warning on the back "TO COUNTERFEIT IS DEATH!" is fairly ominous.
- Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia, the successor to Benjamin Franklin's printers.
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