DescriptionContinental Currency November 29, 1775 $1 PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ.
One Dollar Notes were issued in only five of the eleven Continental Currency issues. They are considerably scarcer than the other denominations, even though the quantity printed was identical. They are particularly challenging to locate in high grade, likely due to their heavy use in circulation as the workhorse denomination. This $1 from the Second Continental Issue has been graded just under fully Gem by PCGS. It's well margined on both sides, with strong signatures and a razor sharp vignette. This note is valued at $3000 in Friedberg and $1500 in Newman. The Newman valuation is much closer to the current market.
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