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    Continental Currency May 10, 1775 $1 PCGS Extremely Fine 45PPQ.
    The first of the Continentals has always been considered a scarce note. The print amounts were equal for each of the eight lowest denominations, but when this first issue "hit the streets," Continentals had been worth fully par, and the One Dollar note was the workhorse. These pieces circulated for years, and most of those that survived are in very poor condition. Even without their heavy use in circulation, One Dollar would be a scarce denomination for Continentals, as they were only printed in the first four issues and in the eleventh and final issue. This attractive and original note is one of the finer survivors and features sharp print quality and bold signatures.

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