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    Connecticut June 19, 1776 1 Shilling 3 Pence Fr. CT-208 PCGS Choice New 63PPQ.
    Colonial American notes are the direct ancestors of our current Federal currency. It is appropriate that the Friedberg catalog lists them prior to the Federally issued paper money that followed, commencing at the onset of the Civil War. Often, these notes share themes that relate to our early United States coins and paper money. This is an uncancelled Connecticut note and much scarcer than the commonly seen slash-cancelled bills from this period. It is conservatively graded in our opinion. Margins on both sides are ample and even for the issue, and the deep embossing attests to its originality. Uncancelled Connecticut notes in our February 2021 Hunter Collection sale were very active. An excellent note for a Thirteen Colony set.
    From The Mike Coltrane Collection.

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