This Colonial note from New Jersey has bold color and has strong signatures and a strong serial number.
- From a group of notes authorized by the New Jersey legislature on December 31, 1763.
- The denomination is Six Shillings.
- Graded Choice New Crisp Uncirculated-63 with the PPQ designation (Premium Paper Quality).
- Housed in an inert mylar currency sleeve.
- Face: Depicts a small zodiac symbol of Aries the ram to the left of the serial number. Also has border cuts and the British arms.
- Back: The nature print displays a sage leaf with an ornamental border design.
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Signatures are Robert Smith, Jonathan Johnston and John Smyth.
This note will make a nice addition to any Colonial currency collection. Colonial issues preceded the Continental Notes by many decades, and some are quite rare. These notes are in demand among collectors and rising in value due to the limited numbers printed. Printed by Isaac Collins. A nice example of paper currency printed just prior to our Independence from Britain. Interestingly, you can see pieces of mica and blue threads mixed into the paper to deter counterfeiting.