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    New York March 5, 1776 $1 PCGS New 61. This boldly printed, uncirculated example is quite attractive. Printed by Samuel Loudon on thick paper, G. Cornell and Jacob Abramse were the signers of this note. The emblems and mottoes for this issue were taken from a book by J.C. Weigels. The emblem on the back of this $1 note is a sheaf of wheat. The motto is ACERVUS E PARVIS GRANDIS (great accumulation from small things).

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