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    New York April 2, 1759 £10 PCGS Apparent Fine 15. A mere 5000 of these £10 notes were printed as part of this issue. Andrew Barclay, John Morin Scott, and Lawrence Reade were the signers of this scarce, nicely printed example. These notes are unpriced in any condition in the latest edition of Newman's book. William Weyman was the printer. Born in Pennsylvania, Weyman apprenticed in Philadelphia with William Bradford and later partnered with James Parker for a time. Weyman printed The New York Gazette. He died on July 18, 1768. Minor edge repairs and corners missing were mentioned by PCGS for this example.

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    September, 2009
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