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    New Hampshire August 24, 1775 £3 PMG Very Good 10 Net. Daniel Fowle printed these notes on thin laid paper using typeset letters and ornaments. Only 1333 of these notes were issued. Interestingly, Fowle had been arrested in Boston on a charge of libel against the government of Massachusetts for selling an unauthorized pamphlet. Afterward, he was solicited by several gentlemen in Portsmouth to relocate and become the first printer in New Hampshire. He did so in July 1756 and continued to work until his death in June 1787 at the age of 72. He published The New Hampshire Gazette. Numerous pinholes are observed on this example. Tape repairs were mentioned by PMG.

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