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Early Paper Money of America / New Jersey / 1755 September 8

£15,000 as the Second War Issue of Bills of Credit was authorized on Aug. 20, 1755 to be legal tender until Sept. 8, 1760 and invalid after Mar. 8, 1761. The weight equivalent in silver is the same as provided for prior issues. See July 2, 1746 issue for denominational symbols. The faces of the 30s and over are printed in red and black and the balance in black, with sage leaf backs. Printed by James Parker at Woodbridge. Signers were Jacob Dehart, Joseph Hollinshead, A. Johnston, Samuel Nevill, Henry Paxson, and Daniel Smith, Jr.

1s Plate letters A, B & C [9,720]
1s6d Plate letters A, B & C [7,520]
3s Plate letters A, B & C [6,000]
6s Plate letters A, B & C [4,500]
12s Plate letters A, B & C [4,500]
15s Plate letters A, B & C [3,000] Fair $2,300 Stack’s May, 2004 
30s Plate letters A, B & C [1,500]
£3 Plate letters A & B [750]
£6 [375]

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