COLONIAL NEW YORK ONE SHILLING NOTE -- 1776

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Item Code: 958-43

Samuel Loudon printed this banknote from New York Colony. This note displays two values, “One Shilling”, and then the value of “One eighth of a (Spanish Milled) Dollar”. This note is hand numbered in ink, 6030. The signer of this particular banknote is William Heyer.

Condition is very good with clear printing and good contrast. Paper is strong with one old fold, most noticeable on back. Print on back is slightly off center.

A very nice specimen of colonial currency.  [jet]

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