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    New Jersey March 25, 1776 £6 PMG About Uncirculated 53.
    David Rittenhouse, who was to become the first Director of the United States Mint in 1792, did some of the engraving work for the plate of this £6 note. His name is worked into the red border design in extremely small letters that on this example can be clearly seen. This is number 2405 out of an original printing of only 3125. The note is well signed, with bold black, red and blue inks. A lower grade PMG 40 of this same note realized $661 in our September 2009 sale.


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