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    Anderson US 101 $300 PMG Extremely Fine 40.
    The Continental Loan Office bill of exchange from New York State. We have handled quite a large number of these, but have no recollection of handling another New York. These New York bills are printed primarily in red with some of the border elements in black. US 101 is rated by Anderson as an R 5, and there are three signature combinations known for New York. This is the rarest of the three, signed by Francis Hopkinson as the Treasurer of Loans and by Dirck Ten Broeck for New York State. Hopkinson was a signer of the Declaration of Independence from New Jersey and Dirck Ten Broeck was a well-connected colonial figure from New York State. He was tied by marriage to the Van Rensselaer and Stuyvesant families, all very significant influences in New York in the late 1700s. Tears are seen along the edges.

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    January, 2017
    4th-10th Wednesday-Tuesday
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