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    Pennsylvania April 3, 1772 2s PCGS New 61. This is an important note due to the signature of John Morton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Eleven different signers of the Declaration of Independence also signed Colonial notes. Several are very rare, and only one (John Hart of New Jersey) can be considered relatively common. Morton's signature does appear with some regularity, but virtually never with the bold, dark clarity seen here.
    From The Collection of a Louisiana Gentleman


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