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Early Paper Money of America / Massachusetts / 1713 October 14 Middle Denomination Plate successively redated 1714, 1716, 1718, 1719, 1721, 1722, 1722, 1723, 1724, 1725, 1727, 1728, 1731, 1733, 1735, 1736, and 1740

Commencing with an issue of £10,000 under the June 25, 1714 Act the middle denomination plate was redated from time to time as new emissions were authorized. The existing dates were left unchanged. There were three more redatings on the middle plate than on either of the other plates. The insignia following the 1716 and 1725 dates were added to identify the second issue of each of those years. By the Feb. 21, 1727/28 Resolve a new marking was to be added to the 10s bills because of counterfeits. Due to counterfeits, all 10s bills were called in August 1, 1728 and demonetized. These notes contain the same signers as the re-dated issues from the lower plate. See May 26, 1714 redated issues for further detail.

3s (36d)
5s (Crown) ▷CF◁ Good $2530 Stack’s May, 2004
10s (Angel) ▷CF◁
20s (£1) ▷CF◁ Very Good $2530 Stack’s May, 2004

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