DescriptionPennsylvania March 10, 1769 5s PCGS Apparent Very Fine 25.
"For the Relief and Employment of the Poor in the City of Philadelphia" was the desired target of these notes known as "Bettering House Money." They were intended to provide relief and employment to Philadelphia's poor. The third party grading service has given it an Apparent grade due to repaired splits and strengthening of the design and signatures.
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