1773 5 Shillings Pennsylvania 10/1/1773 Fine (Fr#PA-166)

1773 5 Shillings Pennsylvania 10/1/1773 Fine (Fr#PA-166)

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This beautiful and scarce 1773 5 shilling Pennsylvania note in Fine condition would make an excellent to your colonial currency collection.

Currency Highlights:
  • Issued by Hall and Sellers of Philadelphia.
  • The denomination is 5 shillings.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve to protect the condition.
  • Fine condition.
  • Face: Seal of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania. Red and black ink.
  • Back: Depicts a sown farm. "Five Shillings," "To Counterfeit is D E A T H" and "Printed by Hall and Sellers."
  • Friedberg #PA-166.

A great piece of history is found in this well-preserved colonial currency note from the state of Pennsylvania. Add this Fine example to your cart today!

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