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    New Jersey March 25, 1776 12s PCGS Choice New 63PPQ. Embossing is visible through the holder on this attractive red and black 12 shillings note. The text is very clear. All three signatures remain visible. Plate letter B is observed. Printer Isaac Collins was born in Delaware. He apprenticed in Wilmington with James Adams and then with William Rind at Williamsburg, VA. After working for several different people, he saw the opportunity to go into business for himself after the death of James Parker. Collins was a Quaker. He died in Burlington in March 1817 at the age of 71.

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