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U.S. PAPER MONEY

U.S. Paper money is now one of the fastest growing parts of the numismatic hobby.  There are many areas to specialize in and one can also build a type or representative collection of the main types of U.S. paper money.  There are hundreds of ways to collect these lovely notes.  We have only listed a very few notes from our inventory.  We have notes for the modest beginner and notes of the highest rarity and serious collector interest.  Please send us your want list (wantlists@coinsinternational.com) if you do not see an item that you want.  Note: we have not completely up-dated this list so do e-mail or write to us before ordering.  Minimum order for notes, as for coins, is $20.00.

Remember that notes are graded like coins according to the wear and any damage to the notes and also centering is a consideration in buying a note as it is for a stamp.  Most notes below are given catalog numbers depending on which catalog is relevant but the description covers the main elements to identify the note.  Some collectors concentrate on small size notes while others seek the older large size notes.  Below you will also find Confederate and Military Payment notes.   Please note that an exciting area to collect is American colonial notes (see below) which have historic interest, with many at still reasonable prices given their age and rarity.   Click on "ordering" above for information on buying these items.

Grading Information: The top Grade is designated by the abbreviation "CU" which means "crisp uncirculated" -- i.e. never has seen real circulation, no folds and other signs of real wear. There are also grades within CU.  Other grades downward are A.U. (Almost Uncirculated), XF (Extra Fine) , VF (Very Fine), F (Fine), VG (Very Good) and G (Good) and finally just "Fair".

 

Large Size Notes:

U.S. GOLD CERTIFICATES

$50.00, Gold Certificate, 1882, Sm. Red Seal, Napier-McClung, Fr. 1197 / KL#702, Hessler #1039, Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc. (CGA) Certificate at XF-40. This is a very scarce note. Note has the head of Silas Wright on the front. Wright was a United States Senator from 1833-1844 and Governor of New York from 1845-1847.

  Very nice centering, great color, light center fold/crease, normal wear for grade. Very tough to find in grades above VF, remaining examples may just number in 50s, lovely, nice appearance front and back, a desired, rare note. Lists in March 2006 Paper Money Market at $4,000.00. Choice CU prices are at $18,500.  Prices on these notes are rising quickly! PRICE ON REQUEST

 

$50.00, Gold Certificate, Series 1922, Fr #1200, Hessler 1042a, KL #705, Speelman-White signatures, large numbers, Very Good-Fine-10, as graded by Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA). As graded over all, with some crumpling, raggedness at center top margin/edge with small impact into printed area. Excellent centering. This note sells for $700 in Fine condition.  Good by at just $450.00.

$10.00, Gold Certificate, Series 1922, Fr #1173, KL #442, Speelman-White signatures, Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA) Certificate at XF-40. Nice note, but thin margin at left bottom but full printing. Listed in PMM at $600. Just $535.00.  

$50.00, Gold Certificate, Series 1922, Fr #1200, Hessler 1042a, KL #705, Speelman-White signatures, large numbers, Very Good-Fine-10, as graded by Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA). As graded over all, with some crumpling, raggedness at center top margin/edge with small impact into printed area. Excellent centering. This note sells for $700 in Fine condition.  Good by at just $450.00.

 

UNITED STATES NOTES

$2.00, Series of 1917, Fr. #60, KL #120, Small Red Seal, Speelman-White signatures,  Jefferson Portrait, XF+.  $175.00

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES

$5.00 Blue Seal, Series of 1914, Fr. # 891, KL-319, signatures of White-Mellon, this note with reverse showing Columbus. San Francisco District.  XF- overall, has light center fold, and hard to see light tear at bottom left before "Federal Reserve Note" lettering.  Bargain at $80.00

$50.00 Blue Seal, Series of 1914, Fr. # 1025, KL-736, Hessler # 1045A2, / Scarcer signatures of Burke-Glass, this note has the famous reverse showing the symbolic opening of the Panama Canal. (The model for the background for this page!) Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA) Certificate at VF-30, has light angled fold on upper right and on reverse has small inked "p" on margin left, not impacting printing. A great buy at  $450.00

 

SILVER CERTIFICATES NOTES

$1.00  Series of 1891, Fr #223, KL # 37, Good-, intact note with a minor center tear at top into "This Certifies" and slight tear at left center not into printing, and small missing areas along folding lines, no other major problems for its grade, no foxing.  This is an expensive note in high grades with just a fine example going for more than $300.  This note has the sought after portrait of Martha Washington. Cheep at  $85.00

$1.00 Series of 1896, Famous "Educational Series," Fr. # 225, KL #39. Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA) Certificate at  VF-25, with some minor light glue on some edges that might be removed by expert restorer.  Otherwise a higher grade note. Good margins.  Bruce-Roberts signatures.  Small Red Seal. Martha & George Washington on Reverse.   Really attractive note with great design elements on front and back.  $560.00

$1.00 Series of 1899, Fr. 233, KL # 48, Abraham Lincoln/ U.S. Grant, Small Blue Seal.  Fr. #233 (Teehee-Burke signatures.)  In Extremely Fine-45  per Currency Grading and Authentication, Inc (CGA) Certificate, $250.00

$1.00 Series of 1899, Fr. 236, KL # 51, Abraham Lincoln/ U.S. Grant, About Good, missing small center bottom and top right section slightly going into printed area. Several small pin holes as normal for this period and condition.  Heavy center fold showing almost exclusively on reverse.   Fr. #236 (Speelman-White signatures.)  In Fine this is a $85.00 note, just a bargain at only $11.90

 

NATIONAL CURRENCY/ FEDERAL RESERVE BANK NOTES

$1.00  Series of 1918, New York, Fr #712, KL # 65, Teehee-Burke signatures,  About Very Good, intact note without any tears or major problems for its grade, some minor foxing.  $39.00

 

Small Size Notesx

SILVER CERTIFICATES

One Dollar

Silver Certificate, Series of 1928-A, Fr. # 1601,  F-VF,  $ 10.00

Silver Certificate, Series of 1928-B, Fine,  $ 10.00

Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-A, Fr. #2306, World War II, North Africa Emergency issue, Gold Seal, AU light red-Ink smudges,  $80.00

Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-A, Fr. # 2300, KL #1609, World War II, Hawaii Emergency issue,
VF+ Dark Brown Seal, $45.00;
XF Light Brown Seal,    $65.00

Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-E, AU,  $ 4.50

Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-E, Star Note, Fr. #1614*, Choice CU  $ 23.50

Silver Certificate, Series of 1957, AU $3.75, nice CU. $ 10.00

$1.00 Silver Certif. 1957A Choice CU.  $9.00

$1.00 Silver Certif. 1957B VG.  $1.50

 

Five Dollars

Silver Certificate, Yellow Seal/North Africa, Series of 1934-A, Fr. #2307, KL #1963,  AU-,  $150.00

Silver Certificate, Series of 1953,  Fr. # 1655, KL #1656,  XF $12.00; C. Unc. $38.00; 

 

Ten Dollars

Silver Certificate, 1934-D,  Fr.# 1705, XF,  $43.00

Silver Certificate, 1953,  Fr. # 1706,  XF+,  $65.00; C. Unc., $265.00

 

U.S. NOTES

Two Dollars

Two Dollars (Red Seal), U.S. Note, 1963, VF-XF,  $ 3.70

Two Dollars (Red Seal), U.S. Note, 1963-A, CU, light discoloration on lower edge, not touching design. $ 6.00

 

Five Dollars

Five Dollars, U.S. Note, (Red Seal) 1953-C, Fr. # 1535, CU  Unc.   $55.00

Five Dollars, U.S. Note, (Red Seal) 1963, Fr. #1536,   narrow top, but fresh crisp Unc. $20.00

 

 

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES

One Dollar,

Series 1988A, STAR NOTE,  (Replacement Notes) B & G Districts, VF-XF.  $6.50

 

Five Dollars

Series of 1963-A, C. Unc. $12.00

 

FRACTIONAL CURRENCY

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CONFEDERATE PAPER MONEY AND BONDS

NOTES

50 Cents, Richmond Feb. 17, 1864, 1st series, Plate No."H", No. 4890, Engraved by Archer & Halpin.  Pink Paper.  T-72, Cr.578, Bust of Jefferson Davis in center,  About CU note, with usual very light 2 folds, cut close at right.  $20.00 

$100.00, Richmond, Feb. 17, 1864, Series I, "B" plate No., No. 97795, signed by C. Perceival.  Pink paper, Lucy Perkins at center, two solders at left, George Randolph at right.  AU-, a bit printed lopsided on reverse. $75.00

BONDS

$1,0000 Bond, Act of Feb. 17, 1864, First Series, issued March 1, 1864 in Richmond, Va. with coupons up to Jan. 1st 1866, No.7929, Engraved by J. Archer, Richmond, Va., Printed by Evans & Coswell, Columbia, S.C. with reverse hand written notations giving Houston, Texas as issue/distribution point with date of December 3, 1864.   Mounted in a fine custom large wooden frame with doubled sided glass to display both sides of Bond.  Bond in VF-Fine condition with some splits, minor foxing.  A very Attractive display item.  $350.00, plus special shipping charge. The framing alone equals the price requested. 

 

AMERICAN MILITARY SCRIPT

MILITARY PAYMENT CERTIFICATE, FIVE CENTS, Series 471/72 (1947-48) KL-M8, S-18, AU  $45.00

MILITARY PAYMENT CERTIFICATE, TEN CENTS, Series 472/32 (1948-51) KL-M-16,  Fine,  $3.00

 

MILITARY CURRENCY

JAPAN, TEN SEN, Series 100, Scarce A Underprint, 1946, P-62, XF,  $25.00

JAPAN, ONE YEN, Series 100, B Underprint, 1945, P-67a, CU,   $7.00

 

EARLY AMERICAN PAPER MONEY: COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL PAPER MONEY

AMERICAN COLONIAL NOTES

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CONNECTICUT: 40 SHILLINGS July 1, 1775, Fr# CT-193, PCGS graded VF-30 (Apparent) Nice note with slit cancel, with tape repaired, signatures in very light red ink by Elisha Williams, William Pitkin, Jesse Root. All printing clear with tight margins With early contemporary old reverse notation in ink of " 2.10.4," Serial 8155. $75.00*

 

NEW JERSEY: SIX POUNDS (6), March 25, 1776,  Fr.# NJ-183, PCGS graded 58PPQ, or as close to crisp uncirculated as one can get. Has bold red and black printing, very bold and clear signatures of Jonathan Johnston, John Smyth, and Robert Smith, great strong printing and paper quality. Low serial number 822 out of only 3,125 authorized. A RARE note especially in this condition. Printed on mica flaked paper watermarked NEW JERSEY by Isaac Collins. David Rittenhouse, who engraved part of the 6 bill, later became the first director of the U.S. Mint. A stunning note!  $1,800*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, ONE POUND,  FEBRUARY 1771, Fr# NY-163, PCGS graded  apparent  Fine 15, Serial # 20599. Newman cites only 8,000 issued. Splits; Edge Damage; Tape Repairs on back, pin holes and spaces with minor separations of paper, edged trimmed.  Uniface. Signed by Samuel Verplanck, Theophylact Bache, and A. Lott. $425.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, Four Shillings,  August 2, 1774, Fr# NY-170, PCGS graded  apparent  Fine 15, Serial # 1774. Nice note with minor seperations of paper, edged trimmed.  Only 4,000 printed signed by Jacob Lefferts, John H. Cruger. This was the first "city note" in America and these notes are called the "New York Water Works Notes." Printed by Hugh Gaine.  $150.00*

New York Colonial, September 2, 1775, Three Dollars, nice XF, with bottom left edge neatly cut off (canceling cut?),  John Broome and Anth Bleecker signatures in brown and red, also lightly toned brown.  Very faint center fold away from CU, Crisp with very good margins, loss of some top surface printing on center far right of reverse, Printed by John Holt.  $900.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, Two Dollars ($2.00), March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-178, PCGS graded Apparent Extremely Fine 45.  Has pair of storks. Only 5,000 printed.  This is a very nice note for its grade and shows almost no sign of wear except very light crease in center, and has tight margins on both sides with very clear printing but with minor paper pull on back left. Signed by Theodore Van Wyek. $1,200.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, One Eighth of a Dollar ($1/8), One Shilling, March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-185, PCGS graded  apparent Fine 15, with center split tape repaired.  Signed strongly by Samuel Ray and printed by Samuel London, lightly toned light brown overall. Rough spots at lower left edge not impacting printing and along top of split repair. A decent note for for its grade and an early note used in a difficult time.  Just 30,000 issued.  $200.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, One Third Dollar ($1/3),  Two Shillings & Eight Pence, March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-188, PCGS graded  Extremely Fine 40 frankly with the appearance of about new. "Three wreaths,"  Serial # 3073, Signed in black by "G. Cornell," and A Van Tuyl in faint red.  Great bold printing, strong signature, nice face centering, very nice paper with slight hint of light center fold and edges nice with hint of some small edge bends not touching printing.  A note that should be better than the grade given. A very nice higher grade note with only 30,000 printed. $850.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, One Third Dollar ($1/3),  Two Shillings & Eight Pence, March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-188, PCGS graded  apparent Very Fine 20, with center split tape repaired. Serial # 29156, Signed by Jacob Abramse. Lightly toned brown overall.  Rough spot along center fold but still a collectable note for for its grade in a difficult time. $400.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, Two Thirds Dollar ($2/3) or Five Shillings and Four Pence,  March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-190, PCGS graded Extremely Fine 45PPQ.  This is a very nice note for its grade and shows almost no sign of wear except very light crease in center, and has wide margins along three sides on obverse and wise margins on all sides on reverse with very clear printing. Signatures of C. Duyckinck and John Oothout (?). Printed by Samuel Loudon. $850.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, Two Thirds Dollar ($2/3) or Five Shillings and Four Pence,  March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-190, PCGS graded  apparent About New-50, paper toned a bit brown, Serial #17484, This is a very nice note for its grade and shows almost no sign of wear except not easily noticeable very light crease in center, and has wide margins along three sides on obverse and wide margins on all sides on reverse with very clear printing. Signatures of Cornelius Ray and William Heyer. Printed by Samuel Loudon. $1,200.00*

NEW YORK, COLONIAL, One Dollar ($1.00), March 5, 1776, Fr# NY-191, PCGS graded About New-53. Serial #12435.  This is a extra nice note for its grade and shows almost no sign of wear. Margins are nice except top right obverse which is tight but still full printing. This is the "Sheaf of Wheat: type with only 30,000 authorized. very clear printing. Nice signatures of Robert Smith and Samuel Ray. Printed by Samuel Loudon. $1,300.00*

 

SOUTH CAROLINA COLONIAL CURRENCY, TEN POUNDS, June 1, 1775.  Fr. #99, PCGS Apparent FINE-15, with splits and backed at an early period. Serial#5265. Has hand holding sword in circle and 1775 date.  Printed on thin weak paper, six signers on each certificate include Thomas Corbett, Peter Bacot, John Loyas and John Neufville.  Some edges are rough, but this is a historic early note with honest wear and evidence its early owner wanted to keep it intact.  Only 40,000 printed. $750.00*

SOUTH CAROLINA COLONIAL CURRENCY, TEN POUNDS, June 1, 1775.  Fr. #99,  a second note but VG, as above without backing  with splits, pin holes, tears, rough edges and deep center fold but not split and backed. Serial #17539. Has hand holding sword in circle and 1775 date.  Printed on thin weak paper, six signers on each certificate include John Berwick, Alexander Moultrie, Thomas Corbett, Peter Bacot, and John Neufville. Some edges are rough and missing edge parts. Reverse has contemporary notation of accounts in hand written script. Only 40,000 printed. Deserves a caring appreciative owner of this interesting and historic note with much honest wear. If you are that person send us your interest!  Very Reasonable to a lover of these notes! POR

SOUTH CAROLINA COLONIAL CURRENCY, Fifty Dollars, ($50.00), or Eighty One Pounds Five Shillings, February 8, 1779, Fr. # SC-154, PCGS Apparent Very Fine-35, "small edge tears," Reverse has a dramatic depiction of Atlas holding a boulder. Face is with Providence and globe.  This is as lovely as a South Carolina note of this period comes for the majority of bills. The note is whole, a  ll printing is clear, edges are rather sharp, there is a fold in the middle which is hardly seen on the face and is more apparent on the reverse. The noted tears are not strong and are very short at the edges and not distracting. Serial #5551. Signers are Joseph Atkinson, John Scott, and Edward Trescot. This is a scarce note in this condition. Reverse with engraved signature of engraver Thomas Coram. $700.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY/PAPER MONEY:

 

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, THREE DOLLARS ($3.00), May 10, 1775, Fr. #CC-3, PCGS Extremely Fine-40. Only sign of circulation is a center fold, edges are sharp and printing is clear.   Serial #14095.  A nice high grade circulated note of the earliest series of Continental Currency in which such famous names were involved like Benjamin Franklyn and David Rittenhouse, signers include Luck Morris and Mordecai Lewis. Printed by Hill & Sellers. A classic item of American history. $275.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, EIGHT DOLLARS ($8.00), May 10, 1775, Fr. #CC-8, PCGS Fine-15. edges are a bit rounded off, the center fold is a bit rougher but still a whole attractive note for its period and grade. Design on face includes harp in circle..  Serial #7776. Again fine circulated note of the earliest series of Continental Currency in which such famous names were involved like Benjamin Franklyn and David Rittenhouse, signers include Luck Morris and Mordecai Lewis. Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history. $125.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FOUR DOLLARS ($4.00), November 29, 1776, Fr. #CC-14, PCGS  Choice About New 58PPQ. 76,923 authorized. Hardly any sign of circulation, bright printing and strong signatures. Edges are sharp as can be and paper is brighter than most. Very attractive note for its period and grade. Design on face includes iconic wild boar and pike in circle. As top a grade circulated as they come and many would say its fully uncirculated. Part of an early series of Continental Currency. Signers were Thomas Morris and Ellis Lewis. Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $450.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FIVE DOLLARS ($5.00), November 29, 1776, Fr. #CC-15, PCGS  Very  Fine-20. Serial #1192 out of a printing of 76,923. Clearly a well circulated note, edges rounded, center fold, printing is largely clear, paper is rough in places but about equal to others of this grade for this series. Design on face includes circle within a hand reaching out to tree. Again, part of an early series of Continental Currency.  Signers were John Mease and John Purviance.   Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $150.00

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, TWO DOLLARS ($2.00), February, 17, 1776, Fr. #CC-24, PCGS  Choice New 63PPQ.  Serial #123924. No sign of circulation, edges are sharp and printing is clear. Paper is bright as noted by PPQ designation and better than most at this high grade. Very attractive note in short.  Design on face includes grain being threshed by a fail. The reverse has raspberry and two filberts.  Signers were Andrew Tybout and Josiah Hewes. Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $1,100.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, SIX DOLLARS ($6.00), February 17, 1776, Fr. #CC-28, PCGS  Very  Fine-25. Serial #27055. Clearly a nice circulated note, edges a bit rounded, tightly cut but all printing shows, center fold, printing is largely clear, paper is rough in places but about equal to others of this grade for this series. Design on face includes circle with Beaver gnawing down a tree. Again, part of an early series of Continental Currency.  Signatures are clear and strong by Samuel Sellers and Benjamin Brannan (Brannon).   Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $150.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FOUR DOLLARS ($4.00), May 9,, 1776, Fr. #CC-34, PCGS  Very  Fine-20. Serial #37795. A nice circulated note, edges a bit rounded, tightly cut, but all printing shows, center fold, printing is largely clear, paper rough in reverse fold, overall for  grade not a bad looking note. Design on face includes circle with a wild boar charging into a spear. Again, part of an early series of Continental Currency.  Signatures are clear and strong by John Sellers and Isaac Pearson.  Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $150.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, EIGHT DOLLARS ($8.00), July 22, 1776, Fr. #CC-45, PCGS Very Fine-30. Serial #76418. A very nice circulated note, tightly cut and a bit uneven at the top, all printing shows except a very small top edge, center fold, printing is clear. Design on face includes circle with harp. Again, part of an early series of Continental Currency.  Signatures are clear and strong by Rinaldo Johnson and Philip Kinsey.  Printed by Hall & Sellers. An again an early item of American history printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $175.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, THREE DOLLARS ($3.00), November 2, 1776, Fr. #CC-48, PCGS  Extremely Fine-45PPQ. Only sign of circulation is a light center fold and printing is clear and paper is brighter than most at this grade. Very attractive note for its period and grade. Design on face includes an eagle and heron fighting. Top grade circulated note of an early series of Continental Currency. Signers were Mackubin (MacCubin) Zachariah and Daniel Carroll,  (NOTE: signer of the Articles of Confederation of 1777 and of the U.S. Constitution 1787). Printed by Hill & Sellers. An again an early item of American history with the signature of double signer of two of our founding documents. Printed in the year of our declaration of independence. $700.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, SIX DOLLARS ($6.00), November 2, 1776, Fr. #CC-51, PCGS About New-53PPQ. As the quality grade implies this is an outstanding note even for its high grade. Serial #27637, signers were Samuel Stringer Coale and Rinaldo Johnson (R. Johnson)   $495.00* 

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, THIRTY DOLLARS ($30.00), September 26, 1778, Fr. #CC-83, PCGS About New 53PPQ. Serial #122355. Signers were Richard Eyres and probably D. Harvey.  Very nice note indeed with the slightest hint of a light crease in center on reverse but not easily visible on obverse. All printing including clear and on paper, tight margins except left and all wide on reverse. Has the revised nature printing process with three leaves. A very nice high grade circulated that is scarce in this grade with similar notes selling at auctions for a good premium. $400.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FIFTY DOLLARS ($50.00), September 26, 1778, Fr. #CC-85, PCGS Extremely Fine-45PPQ. Serial #178097. Signers were James Dundas and R. Cather (Robert). Very nice note with a hint of a light crease in center on reverse with obverse and all printing on paper, tight margins except left and all wide on reverse. Has the revised nature printing process consisting of miniature archery items and a cloth background. A nice high grade circulated note pleasing to the eye. $300.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FORTY DOLLARS ($40.00), January 14, 1779, Fr. #CC-95, PCGS  Apparent About New-50, with small cut into design at top right. The cut referred to is likely a cut made when the bill was cut from the sheet and is sidewise along the narrow top and just obliquely touches the border edge.  Serial #753515. This is a boldly printed two color note with strong signatures and full printing. Signers were John Graff (Jr.) and Joseph Ker (Kerr)? This has on its face the all seeing eye, shining on 13 stars, representing the 13 colonies. Printer by Hall and Sellers.  $500.00*

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, FORTY DOLLARS ($40.00), January 14, 1779, Fr. #CC-95, PCGS  Extremely Fine-40PPQ, Serial #72030. This is a boldly printed two color note with strong signatures and full printing. This is a no problem note and has much eye appeal. Signers were Joseph Watkins (Jr.) and Joseph Ker (Kerr)? Printed by Hall and Sellers.  This has on its face the all seeing eye, shining on 13 stars, representing the 13 colonies.  $300.00*

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