DescriptionContinental Currency November 2, 1776 $30 PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.
Neither grading service has seen a gem example of this $30 November 2nd, 1776 note. One of only three notes to achieve the 64 grade at both services combined. This one has earned every point of its 64 grade with its good signatures, decent margins, and sharp print quality of the note itself and all three vignettes. These notes are quite popular due to the back which has the same sun with pointed rays design that can be found on the contemporary Fugio cents. 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). The emblem on the face is a tomb with a wreath on it. The motto is SI RECTE FACIES (If you act righteously you will be honored after death). PMG has, in our opinion, irrationally commented "Trimmed" which makes no sense whatever. In last year's Central States Auction, we sold a PCGS 64 PPQ for $2585.
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