DescriptionBenjamin Levy Signed Continental Currency November 2, 1776 $8 PMG Extremely Fine 40.
The signature of Benjamin Levy, the only proven Jewish signer of Continental Currency, is found on this note and further enhances the desirability of this example. The harp emblem displays great detail on this respectably margined $8 Continental. Thirteen strings are seen on the harp, each representing one of the colonies. The Latin MAJORA MINORIBUS CONSONANT translates as the large colonies and the small colonies are in harmony.
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