Early Paper Money of America / Georgia / 1775
£10,000 sterling in typeset Certificates authorized by the Provincial Congress of Georgia in a July 12, 1775 Resolve. Issuable as the Provincial Congress or Council of Safety required and to be redeemed three years after peace between Great Britain and America. Lower denominations are smaller and are printed in black. Higher denominations are larger and printed in red and black. Signers were Phillip Box, Archibald Bulloch, Elisha Butler, Basil Cowpens, William Ewen, William Gibbons, John Houstoun, William LeConte, James Maxwell, William Maxwell, William O'Bryen, Edward Telfair, and George Walton (signer of the Declaration of Independence). Five signers on each certificate.
1s6d Sheaf of wheat Very Good $4,887 Stack’s May, 2004
5s One crown
10s Two crowns
£5 Native American with bow and arrows (see similarly dressed Native American without bow and arrows on 1762 Georgia 5s bill and with New Hampshire May 20, 1717 redated 1729 bill.)