Sharply Printed May 1, 1760 Franklin and Hall NotePennsylvania May 1, 1760 20 Shillings Fr. PA-112. PCGS Extremely Fine 40 Apparent.
A beautiful B. Franklin and D. Hall imprint note with sharp printing on both sides. Plate A. Boldly signed by George Morrison, Joseph Parker, and James Eddy (the signers for this and other period series are numerous). Noted with "Minor Mounting Remnants and Paper Pulls on Back Corners." The petty back corner faults do not disturb the overall impact of this crisp and vibrant example. An old Boyd pencil code of "mryx" is on the bottom back edge. A pleasing Franklin and Hall note and difficult to acquire in this grade.
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