Sharp 1776 Sterling Issue 1 Shilling 6 PenceGeorgia 1776 Sterling Denominations 1 Shilling 6 Pence Fr. GA-64. PCGS Extremely Fine 45PPQ.
A sharply defined and beautiful type note. This series of 1776 notes uses border variant styles as defined in Eric's book. This note is border (n). There are two signatures; it has a full indent design at the left with a broad sheet edge at the right. This note has vibrant clarity and excellent embossing. A premium example indeed, and demand for the choice quality Georgia Colonial in the last Newman VI indicates a note worthy of strong bidding attention.
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