DescriptionPennsylvania April 10, 1775 £5 PCGS About New 50.
This is the scarcest of the 1770's Pennsylvania types, and the higher of the only two denominations in the issue. The Philadelphia City jail appears on the back in a well engraved, clear vignette. The issue was authorized to raise money for the construction of jails and the Walnut Street Workhouse, as it was called, was selected for the vignette. The margins are excellent on this lightly handled example and the important vignette on the back is sharp, clean, and clear.
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