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Group of circulated Continental Currency notes
Group of circulated Continental Currency notes   
* November 29, 1775. $5. Fine to VF * February 17, 1776. $1/6. Fine. Popular Fugio motifs by Franklin * February 26, 1777. $5. At Baltimore Issue. Nice VF * September 29, 1778. $7. About EF. Looks new from the face but the creases are clear on the ba...
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$431.25
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Choice pair of Continental Currency notes
Choice pair of Continental Currency notes   
* February 17, 1776. $4. Boar vignette. AU, with a faint fold and tight margins. Boldly signed by Robert Hazlehurst * January 14, 1779. $40. All Seeing Eye vignette. Choice EF. Nice color, but some light foxing spots. Designed by Francis Hopkinson. ...
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$391.00
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Continental Currency. April 11, 1778. $8.  CHOICE AU
Continental Currency. April 11, 1778. $8. CHOICE AU   
with just a single faint centerfold noted. Still a superb example, boldly printed on clean paper and offering complete margins on both sides. Rarely found in such high grade and quite important as such. The British sponsored heavy counterfeiting of t...
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CHOICE AU
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Continental Currency.
Continental Currency.   
A very sharp and attractive example.
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$184.00
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Continental Currency.
Continental Currency.   
Red and black face. Very well printed, well margined, and very attractive. A sharp and premium quality example.
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$316.25
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Quartette of Connecticut notes
Quartette of Connecticut notes   
* June 1, 1775. 40 shillings. EF, and well embossed. An uncancelled note with only a short split noted for defects * October 11, 1777. 2 pence. Blue paper. EF, but aged and foxed. Uncancelled * October 11, 1777. 4 pence. Blue paper. Uncirculated. Typ...
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$172.50
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Connecticut. Undated remainder, 6 cents, 3 mills.
Connecticut. Undated remainder, 6 cents, 3 mills.   
with some light foxing. Average printing quality for the issue which was printed with plates engraved by Amos Doolittle in New Haven. Scrip used for passage tickets, and printed in six different denominations specific to the traveler. The present den...
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Delaware. May 1, 1777. 3 pence.
Delaware. May 1, 1777. 3 pence.   
A really lovely high-grade note offering excellent paper quality, sharp printing, a strong signature and complete margins, though they are a bit narrow. Just 5,455 examples were issued in this denomination. A scarce issue, and not often seen this nic...
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$563.50
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Georgia. May 4, 1778. $30.  VF TO EF
Georgia. May 4, 1778. $30. VF TO EF   
However, a vertical crease and minor handling are noted, as is a worm hole at the right end. Black text, red highlights, and a bright blue boar seal at the lower right. A popular issue that should command comfortably over $1500 for this grade level w...
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Raw
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VF TO EF
Price Realized:
$414.00
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Maryland. May 10, 1781. Red Money. 1 shilling, 6 pence.  CHOICE VF
Maryland. May 10, 1781. Red Money. 1 shilling, 6 pence. CHOICE VF   
with bold color on the back, though it is slightly subdued on the face. Printed in red and black by Frederick Green. All denominations of this issue are rare, especially the lower ones, as the paper is rather thin and it tended to not to survive much...
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CHOICE VF
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Massachusetts. 6 pence.  FINE
Massachusetts. 6 pence. FINE   
Split in the top edge, and with a foxing spot at CE of PENCE. Signed by Nehemiah Abbot. The face plate was engraved by Paul Revere.
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FINE
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$184.00
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Massachusetts. 1777 Treasury Certificate  FINE
Massachusetts. 1777 Treasury Certificate FINE   
No. 2932. A pleasing example of this Revolutionary War bond, issued to redeem Massachusetts bills of credit. Nice indents on left margin, a bit ragged at right and top, wide selvage at bottom, untrimmed and original. Interest redeemed for first year,...
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Raw
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FINE
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$437.00
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Massachusetts. 1779 Treasury Certificate  VERY FINE
Massachusetts. 1779 Treasury Certificate VERY FINE   
No. 1261. A very nice example of this form, exhibiting exceptional eye appeal. A bit wrinkled at top margin, broad indent, inherent crease at lower left, boldly printed with good clear signatures. The usage of the Pine Tree vignette in the upper left...
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VERY FINE
Price Realized:
$299.00
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Massachusetts. 1780 Treasury Certificate  FINE
Massachusetts. 1780 Treasury Certificate FINE   
No. 602. A very scarce Massachusetts Lottery form, again featuring the Pine Tree and worm Ouroboros vignette. Nice broad indent, right and bottom margins a little ragged but not overwhelmingly so, three vertical folds, nicely printed and clearly sign...
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FINE
Price Realized:
$299.00
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Massachusetts. 1780 Treasury Certificate  VERY FINE
Massachusetts. 1780 Treasury Certificate VERY FINE   
No. 1898. An interesting piece of Massachusetts fiscal paper issued to "cover the depreciation of pay soldiers received while serving in the Continental Army" according to Anderson. This commodity certificate was given to Massachusetts Continental so...
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VERY FINE
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$368.00
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Massachusetts. 1782 Treasury Certificate  VERY FINE
Massachusetts. 1782 Treasury Certificate VERY FINE   
No. 4337. A very attractive and well preserved example of this form, with very bold printing that fully realizes the nice detail in the borders. One horizontal fold, , short tear at top margin, nice indents at left margin and full borders throughout....
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VERY FINE
Price Realized:
$299.00
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Massachusetts. 1787 Treasury Certificate.  EXTREMELY FINE
Massachusetts. 1787 Treasury Certificate. EXTREMELY FINE   
An exceptionally important piece of fiscal paper, issued at a turning point in our nation's history. This type, unlisted in Anderson but similar to Anderson MA 45, was issued to bolster the militia as the state of Massachusetts faced its first challe...
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EXTREMELY FINE
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Colony of New Hampshire. £3.  CHOICE EF
Colony of New Hampshire. £3. CHOICE EF   
Printed from a very sharp and deceptive counterfeit plate, though still very rare and quite important. Some trivial foxing is noted at the edges, as are a couple of very light thins in the paper. The color is sharp and the note is well printed.
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CHOICE EF
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Colony of New Hampshire. 30 shillings.  CHOICE AU
Colony of New Hampshire. 30 shillings. CHOICE AU   
A light vertical fold is noted, but the note is fresh and bright. Sharper than the example offered in the extensive Wayne Rich Collection, and quite significant as such. Strong signatures of Nicholas Gilman and Sam Hobart.
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Raw
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CHOICE AU
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State of New Hampshire. 1780. $3.  AU
State of New Hampshire. 1780. $3. AU   
and quite pleasing for the grade. Excellent back color and hole cancelled as usually seen.
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Raw
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AU
Price Realized:
$414.00
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New Jersey. 12 shillings.  CHOICE UNCIRCULATED
New Jersey. 12 shillings. CHOICE UNCIRCULATED   
Fresh and crisp. A great quality note that is a little too short on margins for the Gem category. Excellent otherwise, with bold signatures.
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CHOICE UNCIRCULATED
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New Jersey. 30 shillings.  AU
New Jersey. 30 shillings. AU   
but not a well made issue and having a rather rough appearance as such. The margins are tight. An interesting contemporary counterfeit with a large "X" cancellation on the face. Signatures of Jonathan Johnston, Richard Smith, and Samuel Smith.
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Raw
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AU
Price Realized:
$247.25
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New Jersey. 30 shillings.  FINE
New Jersey. 30 shillings. FINE   
but split at the center and professionally restored. A well-printed, genuine note with good color and strong signatures of Richard Smith, Jonathan Johnston, and S. Skinner.
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Raw
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FINE
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New Jersey. £3.  CHOICE FINE
New Jersey. £3. CHOICE FINE   
with strong color and sharp printing. Folded through the center both vertically and horizontally, but the paper has remained intact. Corners are evenly rounded, and the signatures are a little faded but remain visible. Signed by Jonathan Johnston, Ri...
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Raw
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CHOICE FINE
Price Realized:
$299.00
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Pair of attractive New Jersey notes
Pair of attractive New Jersey notes   
* 3 shillings. AU, with bold color * 12 shillings. Uncirculated. Well margined and nearly choice. (Total: 2 pieces)
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Price Realized:
$253.00
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