DescriptionContinental Currency November 29, 1775 $1 PCGS Gem New 65PPQ.
As with the previous issue, the One Dollar denomination has a lower survival rate and is seen in high grade only rarely. This is the highest-graded example from either service, and would not be surprised if it proves over the years to be the finest known. The margins are large and even, the printing is razor sharp and the signature and serial number are as bright as they were the day they were applied. One of the finest One Dollar Continentals we've seen from any issue. Irreplaceably rare. This is the highest yet graded by PCGS, with the only other uncirculated note below it a 63. PMG has not graded a single uncirculated example.
From The Collection of a Patriotic American
Estimate: $3,500 - up.
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