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    New Jersey March 25, 1776 £6 PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ.
    A gorgeous example, this offering is a scarce and highly coveted tricolor New Jersey note. The £6 had a printing of a mere 3,125 notes. The ornate border designs and elaborate emblem add to the appeal of this beautifully printed note. The first Director of the United States Mint, David Rittenhouse, engraved the decorative border for these £6 notes. He included his last name within the design of the left border near the center. Rittenhouse (1732-96) was an internationally known astronomer and scientist. The signatures of Robert Smith, Jonathan Johnston, and Joseph Smith remain dark on this colorful note that displays bold embossing.
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