DescriptionPennsylvania May 1, 1760 5 Shillings Fr. PA-109. PCGS Very Fine 30 Apparent.
This is a bold and crisp Franklin and Hall imprint note. It is in the horizontal "Crown" format, plate position A, and has a small crown in the center to identify the denomination. A well-balanced note on both sides. Noted with "Small Edge Splits; Minor Mounting Remnants on Back Corners." Very rare in this grade.
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