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- Here is a nice Colonial Note from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania dated April 10, 1777.
- Housed in an inert mylar currency holder by PMG.
- Graded Choice Extra Fine-45 by PMG.
- When held up to the light, the word "Pensylvania" can be seen with one "n".
- Printed by John Dunlap of Philadelphia in the denomination of 6 Shillings.
- Face: Signed by William Kenly and Benjamin Betterton.
- Back: "TO COUNTERFEIT IS DEATH!".
- Variety "A" with only black ink involved in printing.
Handle your with currency care by adding these cotton gloves to your order.
Nice little flecks of mica attest to this note's originality. Add this 6 Shillings Pennsylvania note to your cart today!
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