DescriptionNorth Carolina May 4, 1758 10s PCGS Apparent Very Fine 20.
Only 7000 notes were printed for this entire issue which is now past its 250th birthday (I forgot to send a card). Four thousand of those were 20 shillings notes, only 2000 were this 10 shillings denomination. The issue is unpriced in Newman and the only example in the Stack's series of 2004 sales was a 40s grading Good which realized $1,035. PCGS has assigned the apparent grade for "repaired splits and tears; edges rebuilt," all of which is accurate. The note has the eye appeal of a true Very Fine and in spite of the restorations, it is likely one of the very finest survivors from this very rare issue.
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