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Exceptional November 15, 1775 2s6d Note - Ex: Newman
South Carolina November 15, 1775 2 Shillings 6 Pence Fr. SC-103
PCGS Apparent About New 50.
An example in exceptional condition of the lowest denomination from this Provincial Congress issue. Finding any note from this series in Extremely Fine or better is a rare occurrence. Moreover, this lowest denomination was in tremendous demand to make change, and most known today are low grade or damaged. This About New example is very sharply printed with broad margins for the type. Noted only with some "Minor Stains" by PCGS. Those faults are petty in the big picture. Difficult to improve upon and easily among the finest known. We initially cataloged and sold this in our October 2015 Newman Part VII sale for $2,115. A stellar condition rarity with a prestigious pedigree.
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