DescriptionPennsylvania June 18, 1764 George Clymer 20s PMG Very Good 10.
Although it is not mentioned on the PMG holder, the uppermost of the three signers on this note is George Clymer, who signed the Declaration of Independence for the State of Pennsylvania twelve years after he signed this note. Clymer is one of the scarcer Declaration signers. The commonly seen ones are John Hart, who signed two New Jersey issues, and John Morton and Francis Hopkinson, who each signed one issue from Pennsylvania. George Clymer almost always signed in red or light brown, and his signature is invariably light and indistinct. Nonetheless, this is without a doubt a genuine Clymer and well worth a bid.
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