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Early Paper Money of America / New Jersey / 1763 December 31

£20,000 (£10,000 plus £10,000 to exchange for worn bills) in Bills of Credit authorized at session begun Nov. 15, 1763. Legal tender until Dec. 31, 1781 & invalid after Dec. 31, 1782. The weight equivalent in silver is the same as for prior issues. See July 2, 1746 issue for denominational symbols. The face of £6 is in red & blue. The faces of the 30s & £3 are in red & black. The faces of others are in black. Backs are in black. Mica-flaked paper begins on New Jersey bills. Printed by James Parker. Signers were Jonathan Johnston, S. Skinner, Joseph Smith, Richard Smith, & Samuel Smith.

18d Plates A & C [5,000]
18d Plate B. Italic “t” in “Pennyweight” [2,500]
18d Plate D. PTATE misspelled [2,500]
1s Not listed in 5th edition. Confirmed by Ray Williams 7/6/2020. [13,000]
3s Plates A & B [8,000]
6s Plates A & B [6,000] ▷CF◁ 
12s Plates A & B [6,000] ▷CF◁
15s Plates A & B [4,000] ▷CF◁
30s Plates A, B, C & D [2,000] 
£3 Plates A & B [1,000] ▷CF◁
£6 [500]

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