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    Delaware February 28, 1746 20s Good-Very Good;
    Maryland March 1, 1770 $2 Poor;
    Pennsylvania June 18, 1764 20s Very Good.
    This B. Franklin and D. Hall printed Delaware 20 shilling note was split apart and was contemporarily sewn back together. Nonetheless, it remains a rare note. The $2 note should actually be called a $1 note as only half the note is here. The half that we do have for this rare issue is tape repaired and the paper is chipping on the edges. The Pennsylvania 20 shilling note was also printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall and is also split apart. The two halves of the note have readable signatures and dark printing and would have a achieved a greater grade level if not severed. The severed note is counted as two items, making the total items in this lot as four. (Total: 4 items)


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    August, 2021
    17th Tuesday
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