1776 $4 South Carolina 10/19/76 VF-25 PMG (Fr#SC-142)

1776 $4 South Carolina 10/19/76 VF-25 PMG (Fr#SC-142)

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To fund the Revolutionary War, the colonies issued numerous bills redeemable in coin. The states would have had a number of treasury houses where these bills could be redeemed, though the value of these notes across state lines was dubious.

Currency Highlights:
  • Scarce note from a South Carolina.
  • Popular Revolutionary date 1776.
  • This colonial era note, dated October 19, 1776, was issued by the State of South Carolina.
  • Housed in an inert currency sleeve by PMG.
  • Graded Very Fine-25 by PMG.
  • Comments: Paper Pulls.
  • Face: "Four Dollars," depiction of elephant in a small round emblem at bottom right with the motto "INFESTUS TANTUM INFESTIS" (Hostile only to the hostile).
  • Back: Denomination Four Dollars, Value. IIII. Six Pounds Ten Shillings.
  • Friedberg # SC-131.

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