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    Choice July 22, 1776 $30 N-1.2 Counterfeit

    Continental Currency. July 22, 1776 $30 Newman 1.2 Contemporary Counterfeit Fr. CC-46CF. PCGS New 61.
    An excellent example of this counterfeit. No. 1799. Printed on thin paper.

    Diagnostics:

    Newman 1.2: Typeset. The previously-described counterfeit substantially corrected.

    On the face: In the text, the baseline of the word BILL is now level, and the base of the I in THIRTY is even with the adjacent letters. Three capital letters have been substituted for the lowercase letters in JULY. The J in JULY has been moved under the e of passed. However, the bottom loop of the C in Congress is still wide open rather than just slightly open, and the left loop of the P in Philadelphia is still closed.

    On the back: In the motto above the left vignette, the top of the A in CONCITATÆ does not touch the outer circle. The second s in Sellers has shifted, and its base is now high in relation to the preceding r.

    Uncirculated counterfeit notes are rarely encountered, making this a condition rarity. A significant example.
    Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    November, 2018
    7th-10th Wednesday-Saturday
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