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- From a group of notes authorized by the Commonwealth of Connecticut.
- Dated July 1st, 1775 with a denomination of Forty Shillings.
- Sealed in an inert mylar currency holder by PMG.
- Graded Almost Uncirculated-58 by PMG.
- Face: Coat of Arms of Connecticut.
- Back: Displays the denomination in a very elaborate border with angels in the corners.
- Corner Repair comment.
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A great piece of history in this Colonial Currency Note from the State of Connecticut and dated July 1st, 1775. An excellent example of paper currency printed just prior to our Independence from Britain. Not many of these notes exist in this condition.
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