One Of The Highest Graded Yorktowns For All DenominationsContinental Currency April 11, 1778 $6 PCGS Gem New 66.
Both services had graded only this single Uncirculated Six Dollar Yorktown and no others. The highest example graded by PMG is a lone 58, and the highest at PCGS is a 66PPQ, with this 66 and only AUs below them. The margins are incredible, and the overall appearance is just what one would expect from a high-end Gem PCGS Continental. Although counterfeits are very common for this issue, this $6 denomination (along with the $30) was not known to have been counterfeited, although the $6s and the $30s were also pulled from circulation in the recall of this issue.
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