DescriptionConnecticut October 10, 1771 2s 6d PCGS Apparent Very Fine 35.
The bold printing of both sides adds to the eye appeal of this example. The red ink signatures have faded, but it can still be discerned that the signers of this piece were George Wyllys and William Pitkin. The apparent grade was assigned due to a repaired center split, but this note does not display any signs of cancellation marks. This is certainly one of the nicest examples we've handled. Although we do not have the data from PCGS, PMG has only graded two examples as of late November 2011, with the highest graded of those a Fine 12. In the past few years, we have offered two Apparent Very Fine 20 examples that have each brought over $350. We expect this considerably nicer note to far surpass that figure and our estimate may prove a bit conservative.
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