1773 50 Shillings PA 10/1/1773 XF-40 PCGS (PA-170)

1773 50 Shillings PA 10/1/1773 XF-40 PCGS (PA-170)

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This gorgeous 1773 50 shilling colonial currency is from the colony of Pennsylvania. This note is graded Extra Fine-40 by PCGS. It is an excellent addition to any collection.

Currency Highlights:
  • From a group of notes authorized by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Dated October 1, 1773 with a denomination of 50 shillings.
  • Housed in an inert Mylar currency sleeve by PCGS.
  • Graded Extra Fine-40 by PCGS.
  • Front: Bold red and black ink to deter counterfeiting. Penn family motto "Mercy Justice" and arms to the left.
  • Back: Depicts life on a Pennsylvania farm. The warning on the back "TO COUNTERFEIT IS DEATH!" is fairly ominous.
  • Printed by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia, the successor to Benjamin Franklin's printers.
  • Catalog# PA-170.

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This colonial currency note from the state of Pennsylvania dated October 1, 1773 is a great piece of history. It is an excellent example of paper currency printed just prior to America's independence from Britain. Not many of these notes exist in this condition.

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