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John Hart Signed 1776 New Jersey Note

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John Hart Signed 1776 New Jersey Note

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New Jersey. March 26, 1776 15 shillings. Signed by Jonathan Deare, John Hart, and John Stevens, Jr. Very Fine. No. 3621. A classic among colonial currency, signed by John Hart, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Lightly circulated but very pleasant, free of pinholes and repairs. The borders are solid around both sides, some light chips at top border, corners a bit round. The paper still has good body despite a pretty heavy centerfold and a few other lighter folds and wrinkles. The back shows a nature print, a skill Isaac Collins learned from its inventor, Benjamin Franklin. While John Hart notes in Uncirculated grade exist (in fact, that might be the most common grade, as this series circulated for a relatively brief interval), they tend to be pricey. Attractive circulated John Hart notes are scarce and avidly sought. John Hart signed the Declaration of Independence just months after signing this note. He died in 1779, leaving behind little else to collect. In fact, among autographs of the Signers, John Hart is one of the rarest in a form other than paper money.

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Grading Service RAW
Grade RAW
Designation N/A
Mint Location No
Strike Type No
Circulated/Uncirc No
Grade Add On N/A
SKU or Cert # 17001

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New Jersey. March 26, 1776 15 shillings. Signed by Jonathan Deare, John Hart, and John Stevens, Jr. Very Fine. No. 3621. A classic among colonial currency, signed by John Hart, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Lightly circulated but very pleasant, free of pinholes and repairs. The borders are solid around both sides, some light chips at top border, corners a bit round. The paper still has good body despite a pretty heavy centerfold and a few other lighter folds and wrinkles. The back shows a nature print, a skill Isaac Collins learned from its inventor, Benjamin Franklin. While John Hart notes in Uncirculated grade exist (in fact, that might be the most common grade, as this series circulated for a relatively brief interval), they tend to be pricey. Attractive circulated John Hart notes are scarce and avidly sought. John Hart signed the Declaration of Independence just months after signing this note. He died in 1779, leaving behind little else to collect. In fact, among autographs of the Signers, John Hart is one of the rarest in a form other than paper money.

Additional

Additional Information

Grading Service RAW
Grade RAW
Designation N/A
Mint Location No
Strike Type No
Circulated/Uncirc No
Grade Add On N/A
SKU or Cert # 17001

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