DescriptionSouth Carolina February 8, 1779 $90 PCGS Apparent About New 53.
This is an extremely popular issue due in large part to the elaborate engravings that appear on the back. They were done by Thomas Coram of Charleston. This ninety-dollar denomination has a back vignette showing Hercules strangling a lion. The Apparent grade is for "edge splits and tears; stain on face." The stain is at the signatures, the splits and tears are very minor. Friedberg lists this note at $1,500 in XF.
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