1777 5 Pence Connecticut Currency 10/11/77 About New
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Neat smaller sized Colonial Currency dated October 11, 1777 and denominated at 5 Pence. Even though we declared our independence from Great Britain, we still used their currency values.
- Connecticut Colonial 5 Pence note dated October 11, 1777.
- Nice CT note and one of the last issues to be denominated in British coinage as we declared our Independence from Britain the previous year.
- This note has a strong signature.
- It is in Almost Uncirculated condition, but there is a vertical cut cancel up the center of the note to the mid-point and a small stain on the lower right. Still this is a high-grade and scarce note.
- Face: Bears the state seal of the state of Connecticut.
- Back. Blank.
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Paper currency issued in colonial times is quite scarce in this grade. Add this exceptional note to your cart today!
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