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    Continental Currency July 22, 1776 $6 PCGS New 62.
    The vignette of a beaver about to gnaw down a palm tree with the Latin word Perseverando, which means "Perseverance," is clear on this Six Dollar type. The beaver, known for its determination, may represent America toppling the British. The note is well signed with close margins and decent color. A fully Uncirculated example from an issue where Uncirculated notes are seldom found.
    From The Continental Congress Collection


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    April, 2015
    22nd-28th Wednesday-Tuesday
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