Early Paper Money of America / Pennsylvania / 1775 July 20
£35,000 in Bills issued pursuant to the June 30, 1775 Resolve. This and subsequent issues were known as Resolve Money because the approval of the Royal Governor was not given. English Arms are revived on the face. The number of Crowns is keyed to the denomination. See August 10, 1739 issue for spelling and type style variations. Printed by Hall & Sellers on paper containing mica flakes and blue silk thread. Reuse of separate nature prints for each denomination. Signers were William Allen, Jr., John Benezet, Lambert Cadwalader, Sharp Delany, Isaac Howell, Adam Hubley, James Mease, John Mease, Samuel C. Morris, Thomas Pryor, John Purviance, and Godfrey Twells. Three signatures on each bill, one signature usually in red ink. Numbering usually in red ink.