Vignetted Hillsborough Series NoteNorth Carolina August 21, 1775 $5 Fr. NC-150. PCGS Very Fine 25 Apparent.
The August 21, 1775 Hillsborough notes are a large format, vignetted type that unfortunately yields mostly low grade or damaged examples. The $5 note has the Governor's Palace at Fort Tryon vignette in an oval, in this case very sharply detailed. Though with old repairs, the note has a full appearance. PCGS notes "Splits, Tears, and Damage; Repairs; Pieces Replaced" for accuracy. A much better than average note for the series and type.
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