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    Description

    Mixed Lot of Four New Jersey Colonials and One New York.
    The following five notes are contained in this lot:
    New Jersey May 1, 1758 6 Shillings, pinned; April 10, 1759 30 Shillings, split in two and also the paper has separated; April 12, 1760 12 Shillings, split in two and also the paper has separated; December 31, 1763 3 Shillings, pinned.
    New York February 16, 1771 10 Shillings, torn in two along with other problems.
    The notes range from Fair to Good and display other problems in addition to those mentioned. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 5 notes)


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2011
    19th Wednesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
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