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1776 18 Pence Delaware 1/1/1776 XF-45 PMG (Fr#DE-74)

1776 18 Pence Delaware 1/1/1776 XF-45 PMG (Fr#DE-74)

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This colonial note from Delaware was authorized on New Year's Day, 1776. Printed by James Adams of Wilmington. The denomination is 18 pence (the equivalent of 1 and one-half shillings).

Currency Highlights:
  • Nice colonial note from the State of Delaware.
  • The denomination is six shillings and it is dated January 1, 1776.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve by PMG.
  • Graded Extra Fine-45 by PMG.
  • Face: "18 Pence shillings according to an act of General Assembly of the Counties of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex."
  • Back: Warning; "To Counterfeit is Death."


This is a neat colonial note from the first state and was issued just prior to independence. Add this eighteen pence note to your cart today!

This colonial note from the State of Delaware was authorized on New Year's Day, 1776, and was printed by James Adams of Wilmington. The denomination is 18 pence (the equivalent of 1 and one-half shillings). It is signed by John McKinly and Boaz Manlove. The note is in Very Fine condition with typical wear for the grade. Nice little flecks of mica attest to this note's originality. This is a very neat colonial note from the first state!

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