DescriptionNorth Carolina April 2, 1776 $1/8 Dog PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30.
The April 2, 1776 issue is one of the most fascinating in all of Colonial Currency. It's composed of denominations running from $1/16 to $20, with as many as eight different vignettes for several of the denominations. The low-denominated notes are virtually never seen. A complete set of this issue is 56 notes and to our best knowledge, only two complete sets have ever been formed. The dog vignette is bold on this example and the entire border design remains intact and clearly visible. Edge splits resulted in the apparent grade. A very desirable note and nicer in appearance than the PCGS Extremely Fine 40 example we sold for $1840 in our September 2011 Long Beach sale.
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