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Us 1780 Continental Currency One Dollar State Of Massachusetts-bay 1780 For Sale

Us 1780 Continental Currency One Dollar  State Of Massachusetts-bay 1780

This is an Original American Revolution eranote ("Continental Currency")from Massachusetts. Denomination: "ONE DOLLAR". Dated "the Fifth Day of May, 1780.". Size: approx. 2 3/4"X 3 1/2". Color: Tan/light-brown paper, w/Black & Red over-printing. Hand-signed & numbered in brown ink. Nice Condition overall, aEF or slightly better; note has been "punch-canceled"; otherwise, o.k. ... Front side has a Nice decorative border surrounding a statement of release + the words "STATE Of MASSACHUSETTS-BAY" at top & "SEVEN DOLLARS" on the left-hand side, just beneath; while the back/reverse side has the words "THE UNITED STATES/TWO DOLLARS" at top in red & black + a large Logo/Monogram at center & Printed by "HALL and SELLERS" just below it. Note is Crisp & Bright! Low beginning offer! ! Buyer pays $1.95S&H, extra for postage outside the U.S. ***Please see scans. I am showing Both sides of the note. These old Revolutionary War notes are becoming harder and harder to find and are VERY Collectible!

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