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    North Carolina April 2, 1776 $1/8 Steer PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30. Willis Alston and G. Hill signed this note featuring a vignette of a steer. This 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. There are a total of 56 varieties for this issue. The low-denominated notes are virtually never seen. The apparent grade of this $1/8 example is due to a repair to the lower right corner as cited by PCGS.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2009
    17th-24th Tuesday-Tuesday
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