PENNSYLVANIA 1773 EIGHTEEN PENCE NOTE

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Bill is for 18 pence; serial number 6657; issue date is October 1, 1773; signed by Wharton, R. Willing [?], and Alexander Tod.

There are four borders on the front. Three have “EIGHTEEN PENCE” and the right column reads the same mixed in red and black ink. The front also contains the Penn family arms with the motto "Mercy Justice." Colony name appears as "Pennsilvania".

The back displays a wood cut of a farm scene. Printed by Hall and Sellers in Philadelphia on paper containing mica flakes.

Old fold (vertical), otherwise in good condition.  [jet]

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