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    Rare Georgia First of Exchange

    Georgia First of Exchange £200 Dec. 28, 1755 Anderson GA-UNL Very Fine.
    Unlisted in Anderson. Savannah, Georgia. December 28, 1755. 200 Pounds. The top margin shows a trio of 6 Pence impressed revenue stamps. Larger impressed seal at document's end. Blank page shows regal watermark with crown at top and Latin wording. Some edge and internal splits do little to hinder the integrity of this piece. Any First of Exchange is a very desirable item. While not nearly as desirable as the Continental Loan Office First Bills of Exchange, this is still a great historical item from early in Georgia's Colonial history.

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