1778 Five Shillings South Carolina Currency 4/10/1778 VF-30 PMG

1778 Five Shillings South Carolina Currency 4/10/1778 VF-30 PMG

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This well preserved example of Colonial currency was issued during the revolutionary war. This note was printed using a local vignette and has generally a nice overall look. A great addition for any collection of revolutionary notes.

Currency Highlights:
  • This Colonial era note, dated April 10, 1778 was issued by the State of South Carolina.
  • The denomination of this note is Five Shillings.
  • Issue number 9351.
  • Housed in an inert mylar currency sleeve by PMG.
  • Graded Very Fine-30 by PMG.
  • Face: This Note is redeemable for Five shillings and uses a local printing plate with a locally deigned seal depicting a bird.
  • Back: Intentionally left blank.

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The continental currency system often used Pound Sterling as a unit of account and the notes issued by the States and Continental congress can vary greatly based upon what was available. The amount paid is often variable based upon what was in the local treasury at the time be it Spanish Milled Dollars, Shillings or money used in kind. This note specifically promises the bearer 5 Shillings though the actual payment could stipulate value thereof in whatever was available at the time.

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