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    Continental Currency May 10, 1775 $3 PCGS Very Fine 30. An evenly circulated example from this much tougher and more desirable first Continental emission, the emblem on this $3 note remains bold. The emblem illustrates an eagle and a heron fighting. The motto is EXITUS IN DUBIO EST (the outcome is in doubt). The nature print is skeletonized elm and maple fruit. John Mease and Joseph Sims, Jr. were the signers on this example.

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