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Continental Currency. May 10, 1775. Eight dollars

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Continental Currency. May 10, 1775. Eight dollars

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SKU: 000002

$425.00
Choice Extremely Fine. Signed by R. Tuckness and R. Roberts.

Details

Choice Extremely Fine. Signed by R. Tuckness and R. Roberts. A good stiff note with no problems other than some light corner wear. A single nearly vertical fold is present, no pinholes. The second signature is quite faded, the first is bold. The May 10, 1775 issue of Continental Currency was the very first, authorized just weeks after Lexington and Concord. Issued in the name of "The United Colonies," this note was intended to be equivalent to a gold half Joe, the dominant gold coin in the economy, worth $8. This would make an ideal companion for a half Joe in a modern collection.

Additional Information

Grading Service N/A
Grade XF45
Designation No
Mint Location N/A
Strike Type N/A
Circulated/Uncirc N/A
Grade Add On No
SKU or Cert # 000002

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Description

Details

Choice Extremely Fine. Signed by R. Tuckness and R. Roberts. A good stiff note with no problems other than some light corner wear. A single nearly vertical fold is present, no pinholes. The second signature is quite faded, the first is bold. The May 10, 1775 issue of Continental Currency was the very first, authorized just weeks after Lexington and Concord. Issued in the name of "The United Colonies," this note was intended to be equivalent to a gold half Joe, the dominant gold coin in the economy, worth $8. This would make an ideal companion for a half Joe in a modern collection.

Additional

Additional Information

Grading Service N/A
Grade XF45
Designation No
Mint Location N/A
Strike Type N/A
Circulated/Uncirc N/A
Grade Add On No
SKU or Cert # 000002

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