DescriptionContinental Currency May 10, 1775 $30 PCGS Apparent Very Choice New 64.
The $30 note is the highest denomination from the first Continental issue. This appealing, boldly printed note has strong detail on both sides. A wreath on a tomb is pictured in the emblem on the face with the motto SI RECTE FACIES (If you act righteously you will be honored after death). The mottos with the emblems on the back are VI CONCITATE (Driven by force) and CESSANTE VENTO CONQUIESCEMUS (When the storm dies down we will rest). This piece is wonderfully signed and unusually well margined. Its only flaw is a small repair in the lower right corner that can only be found after close scrutiny.
Estimate: $1,500 - up.
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