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Early Paper Money of America / Pennsylvania / 1759 June 21

£36,650 in Bills approved by the Act passed at the Session ending May 21, 1759, but repealed by England in June 1760. The bills were issued before the repeal occurred and were withdrawn when the repeal was known. Similar in style to the high denominations of the April 25, 1759 issue and with the corresponding nature prints, and printed on both face and back in red and black by Benjamin Franklin and David Hall. See August 10, 1739 issue for spelling and type style variations. Signers are included under May 1, 1760 issue.

50s Plate letters C & D, Pensylvania [4,888]. Province name in red.   Good $834 Stack’s May, 2004 
£5 Plate letters A & B, Pennsylvania [4,886]. Province name in black.   Very Fine $2, 530 Stack’s January, 2005 
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