1757 Thirty Shillings New Jersey Currency 11/20/1757 VF

1757 Thirty Shillings New Jersey Currency 11/20/1757 VF

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Elusive Colonial currency issued by New Jersey with a denomination of Thirty Shillings.

Currency Highlights:
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
  • Very Fine condition.
  • Face: Features the colony arms in black with the obligation printed in red.
  • Back: A Sage leaf in black printing on the back with the ominous warning "To counterfeit is death", below the denomination at top.
  • Printed by James Parker of Woodbridge, New Jersey.

A nice example of paper currency printed prior to our independence from Britain. Add one of these classic collectibles to your cart today!

This note has seen moderate wear, but considering it is well over 200 years old, still a great collectible! This example has a center crease, which is typical of many of these Colonial issues, but still intact.

Colonial issues preceded the Continental Notes by many decades. Limited numbers were printed causing high demand among collectors.

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