Early Paper Money of America / Pennsylvania / 1764 June 18
£55,000 in legal tender Bills authorized by the May 30, 1764 Act and good until Oct. 1, 1772. The 1764 Parliament also prohibited a legal tender status for any colonial paper money. The four lowest denominations are small in size and have typeset backs. Other denominations have nature prints on the back. Printed by Benjamin Franklin and David Hall using British Arms instead of Penn Arms. See August 10, 1739 issue for spelling and type style variations.
Signers were William Bingham, John A. Bringhurst, Thomas Clifford, George Clymer (signer of the Declaration of Independence), George Dillwyn, Henry Drinker, Jonathan Evans, John Gibson, Jr., Henry Harrison, Amos Hillborn, Samuel Hudson, Jonathan Hughes, Jr., Joseph Jacobs, Abel James, William Lloyd, T. Mayburry, J. Mease, Jr., Jonathan Mifflin, Benjamin Morgan, S.P. Moore, Cadwalader Morris, Samuel Morris, Jr., Samuel Neave, Charles Pettit, Peter Reeve, Samuel Rhoads, Jr., G. Roberts, Joseph Saunders, Jacob Shoemaker, Jr., Joseph Sims, Jr., Joseph Stamper, Isaac Stretch, Joseph Stretch, Enoch Story, and Thomas Wharton.