DescriptionNew Hampshire Nov. 3, 1775 40s PCGS Apparent About New 53.
This variety is listed in Newman as a counterfeit printed by Robert Fowle, the nephew of the proper printer Daniel Fowle. They had previously been partners but Robert, who was a Tory, severed the partnership in 1774. We have never been quite sure of the origin of these counterfeits as the printing, paper and signatures are all consistent with the genuine pieces. In any event, the value of the counterfeits and genuines are virtually identical. The apparent designation is due to a single centerfold, which has been partially split and neatly repaired. There is also a small edge tear near the right lower corner.
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