DescriptionContinental Currency September 26, 1778 $20 Fr. CC-82. PCGS Choice About New 55PPQ.
An attractive note from the second-to-last resolution. The $20 notes returned with the May 20, 1777, "First United States" issue after a hiatus following the May 10, 1775, Marbled Border notes. The face emblem is the same as on the marbled $20 notes, with the wind personified as a large face creating waves with his strength. The motto VI CONCITATE (Driven by force) is above. The back has the buttercup nature print and the Hall and Sellers imprint. A lightly handled, well-printed note.
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