1775 $4 Continental Currency 5/10/75 AU-50 PMG

1775 $4 Continental Currency 5/10/75 AU-50 PMG

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This note is from the last authorized issue of Continental paper money dated May 10, 1775. This is a well preserved example of a scarce note is an excellent addition to any collection.

Currency Highlights:
  • Issued by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia.
  • The denomination is $4 Spanish Milled Dollars.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve by PMG.
  • Graded Almost Uncirculated-50 by PMG.
  • Face: The emblem depicts a wild boar charging into a spear with the motto "Aut Mors Aut Vita Decora" (Either death, or an honorable life).
  • Back: The nature print of skeletonized elm and maple fruit.

This note has been well preserved for a 200 plus year old piece of currency. Add this piece of history to you cart today!

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