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Pennsylvania. December 8, 1775. Thirty shillings.

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Pennsylvania. December 8, 1775. Thirty shillings.

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Uncirculated. Signed by Elisha Price, Nicholas Fairlamb, and Sketchly Morton.

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Uncirculated. Signed by Elisha Price, Nicholas Fairlamb, and Sketchly Morton. A nice crisp note on toned off-white paper with abundant mica flecks. Price's signature is a bit faded, the other two remain bright. One pinhole at center, otherwise choice. All three of the signers were from southern Chester County. Price was a member of the Committee of Correspondence. Fairlamb was with fellow Chester County resident General Anthony Wayne at the victory at Stony Point. Morton was the son of Declaration of Independence (and PA currency) signer John Morton; Sketchly would be a very cool name for a dog someday. These notes, though they were printed with plates engraved in the name of His Majesty George III, were signed and issued by Patriots and used for the Revolutionary cause. This denomination, thirty shillings, was equal to six British crowns, thus the illustration of six crowns on the face. A nice historic note in superb condition.

Additional Information

Grading Service N/A
Grade N/A
Designation No
Mint Location N/A
Strike Type N/A
Circulated/Uncirc N/A
Grade Add On No
SKU or Cert # 000001

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Details

Uncirculated. Signed by Elisha Price, Nicholas Fairlamb, and Sketchly Morton. A nice crisp note on toned off-white paper with abundant mica flecks. Price's signature is a bit faded, the other two remain bright. One pinhole at center, otherwise choice. All three of the signers were from southern Chester County. Price was a member of the Committee of Correspondence. Fairlamb was with fellow Chester County resident General Anthony Wayne at the victory at Stony Point. Morton was the son of Declaration of Independence (and PA currency) signer John Morton; Sketchly would be a very cool name for a dog someday. These notes, though they were printed with plates engraved in the name of His Majesty George III, were signed and issued by Patriots and used for the Revolutionary cause. This denomination, thirty shillings, was equal to six British crowns, thus the illustration of six crowns on the face. A nice historic note in superb condition.

Additional

Additional Information

Grading Service N/A
Grade N/A
Designation No
Mint Location N/A
Strike Type N/A
Circulated/Uncirc N/A
Grade Add On No
SKU or Cert # 000001

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