DescriptionContinental Congress Federal Indent Anderson 165 $1 PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30.
The first of the finest group of Federal Indents, or as they are sometimes called, "Hardy" bills. These were signed by either Hardy or Hillegas, but none of the Michael Hillegas notes have ever appeared. These rare pieces were difficult to categorize and the nickname "Hardy bill" was used early on by some unknown dealer and has stuck to this day. This piece, in spite of its accurately assigned apparent grade for a repaired edge split, is one of the more pleasing examples we have seen of these very rare post-Continental Continentals. More on their history and use appears in the lots below.
Estimate: $3,500 - up.
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