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    New Jersey November 20, 1757 £6 PMG Fine 12. According to the current PMG population report, they have only assigned a higher grade to one other note and that note received only one grade higher. The denominational symbol for the £6 notes was two small suns. Those suns are quite bold on this example and the other design elements are clear and dark as well. James Parker printed a mere 1100 of these £6 notes, the highest denomination of this issue. In addition to his work as a printer, he served in a variety of government offices.

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