Description(New York, New York) - H. Ten Brook, Treasurer New York Manufacturing Society June 22, 1790 3 Pence Newman page 305, Harris H26. PCGS Very Good 10 Apparent.
A small format change bill that used two different series of printed treasurer names (the other was A. Robertson). An ornamental border encloses the text. The left side has the imprint of Hugh Gaine. The denomination is across the top. The back has similar ornamental bordering, with the issuer name at the top and "Mind Your Business" across the center. Noted with "Splits and Repairs; Pinholes; Minor Edge Damage; Stained."
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