1778 $30 Cont. Currency 9/26/78 AU-50 PMG (Fr#CC-83) Count. Detec

1778 $30 Cont. Currency 9/26/78 AU-50 PMG (Fr#CC-83) Count. Detec

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This continental note is from the issue of September 26, 1778. The denomination is 30 Spanish milled dollars. This is a Counterfeit Detector Note.

Currency Highlights:
  • Paper contains mica flakes which were mixed into the paper to deter counterfeiting and are visible on this note.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency holder by PMG.
  • Dated September 26, 1778.
  • Graded Almost Uncirculated 50 by PMG.
  • Thirty Spanish dollars denomination.
  • Face: Features the emblem of a wreath on a marble monument with the motto "Si recte facies," meaning "If you act rightly."
  • Back: Displays three willow leaves.
  • Friedberg #CC-83DT.

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SI RECTE FACIES; If you act rightly. This seems intended as an encouragement to a brave and steady conduct in defense of our liberties, as it promises to crown with honor, by the laurel wreath, those who persevere to the end in well-doing. The long duration of that honor is expressed by the monument of marble.

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