Very Rare 1763 Connecticut NoteColony of Connecticut May 12, 1763 10 Shillings Fr. CT-146. PCGS Extremely Fine 40 Apparent.
This is another very rare series of Connecticut notes with few offered over the past few decades. The Boyd note was a wondrous About Uncirculated 5 shillings note that sold for $6,325 in 2004. This note has roughness along the bottom and is noted with "Damage at Bottom; Small Edge Splits" by PCGS. Overall, it is very collectible due to its 1763 date, great rarity and pedigree.
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