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    New Jersey July 2, 1746 15s PCGS Apparent Good 4.
    The only example of this rare New Jersey note to appear in one of our auctions, we sold it as part of the Newman collection in January of 2017. At that time, we said: "Despite the very low condition, this is a historic and rare New Jersey Colonial note. The series was printed by Benjamin Franklin. The enactment for the notes, June 28, 1746, specified these notes as "Money of America." The sizes and styles for New Jersey Colonial notes for the next few decades were established with this series. The face had the Royal Arms and obligation, and the back showed a nature print design. Notes from the series are seldom seen." It does have several flaws enumerated on the PCGS holder but nonetheless remains a very rare and historic Franklin-printed note.
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    Auction Dates
    April, 2021
    21st-23rd Wednesday-Friday
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