1775 10 Shillings PA 7/20/1775 VF-35 PCGS (Fr#PA-177) Apparent

1775 10 Shillings PA 7/20/1775 VF-35 PCGS (Fr#PA-177) Apparent

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This is a superb colonial currency note with bold details. It is a wonderful specimen graded as Very Fine-35 by PCGS and would make a great addition to your collection.

Currency Highlights:
  • From a group of notes authorized by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Dated July 20, 1775 with a denomination of ten shillings.
  • Housed in an inert Mylar currency sleeve by PCGS.
  • Graded Very Fine-35 Apparent PCGS.
  • Comments: Minor Mounting Damage on Face.
  • Face: Coat of arms of Pennsylvania.
  • Back: The nature print on the back displays a sage leaf with an ornamental border design. Printed by Hall and Sellers.
  • Friedberg #PA-177.

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This colonial currency note from the State of Pennsylvania dated July 20, 1775 is a great piece of history. It is an excellent example of paper currency printed just prior to American independence from Britain. Not many of these notes exist in this condition.

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