COLONIAL MARYLAND FOUR DOLLAR NOTE -- 1774

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Printed by A.C. and F. Green. This note displays the value of “Four Dollars”. This note is hand numbered in ink, 1723. This is the 1774 issue note and 18,000 pieces were issued. The signers of this particular banknote are John Clapham and William Eddis.

Condition is very good with clear printing and good contrast. Paper is strong with one old fold, most noticeable on back. Three pin holes.

A very nice specimen of colonial currency.  [jet]

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