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    North Carolina May 10, 1780 $25 Justitia addit Fiduciam PCGS About New 50.
    Unlike the previous two issues, the mottos used for this issue are all in Latin rather than English. As with several other North Carolina issues, these notes were printed in both thick and thin paper. This is an example of the lowest denomination note of the series, printed on thick paper by James Davis. There were six different mottos used for the $25 notes and this one bears the motto Justitia addit Fiduciam, translated by Newman as "Justice adds Trust." A small internal tape repair at right is noted on the holder as the reason for the italicized grade.
    From the Thomas A. Gray Collection of North Carolina Colonial Currency


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