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1927 ORVILLE WRIGHT Signed Aviator’s Fédération Aéronautique Pilots Certificate51 - 1927 ORVILLE WRIGHT Signed Aviator’s Fédération Aéronautique Pilots Certificate
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Autographs 1927 ORVILLE WRIGHT Signed Aviator’s Pilot Certificate ORVILLE WRIGHT (1871-1948). Credited with inventing and building the world's f...
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Handsome 1724 Colonial New York Governor WILLIAM BURNET Signed Twice  Document52 - Handsome 1724 Colonial New York Governor WILLIAM BURNET Signed Twice Document
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Colonial America 1724 William Burnet Signature as Governor of New York WILLIAM BURNET (1687-1729). Royal Colonial Administrator who served as Governor
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December 1, 1743 New Hampshire Currency Issue Act Related Mortgage Loan Document53 - December 1, 1743 New Hampshire Currency Issue Act Related Mortgage Loan Document
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Colonial America 1743 Province of New Hampshire Mortgage Loan Document Backing Borrowed “Bills of Credit... according to the Tenor of the said Acts” C
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1745 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Historic Religious Imprint, PHILADELPHIA54 - 1745 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Historic Religious Imprint, PHILADELPHIA
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Colonial America Original 1745 Benjamin Franklin Historic Religious Imprint Benjamin Franklin, Printer, 1745-Dated Imprint titled: “The Confession of
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1749 Massachusetts Bay Printed-Acts + Laws Passed - Important Numismatic Content55 - 1749 Massachusetts Bay Printed-Acts + Laws Passed - Important Numismatic Content
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Colonial America 1749 Massachusetts Bay “Acts and Laws Passed...” with “An Act for Drawing the Bills of Credit...and for ascertaining the Rate of Coin
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Colonial Currency, 1751 Document Colonial Rhode Island Fiscal Bonds are Shipped56 - Colonial Currency, 1751 Document Colonial Rhode Island Fiscal Bonds are Shipped
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Colonial America 1751 Colonial Rhode Island Bonds are Shipped “...one small box marked “TR” containing the Colony's Interest Bonds... the danger...
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1757 CODFISH II Pence British Tax Revenue Stamped Document Scott RM-2, ERP-257 - 1757 CODFISH II Pence British Tax Revenue Stamped Document Scott RM-2, ERP-2
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Colonial America 1757 “CODFISH” II Pence Embossed British Tax Stamp January 30, 1757-Dated, Colonial Embossed Revenue “CODFISH” II Pence British Tax S
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1759 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Authored, First Edition Colonial History of Pennsylvania!58 - 1759 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Authored, First Edition Colonial History of Pennsylvania!
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Colonial America True First Edition of Benjamin Franklin’s Authored 1759 444 Page Book on the Colonial History of Pennsylvania 1759-Dated French &am...
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1759 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Printed Pamphlet, Philadelphia: THE DOCTRINE OF BAPTISMS59 - 1759 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Printed Pamphlet, Philadelphia: THE DOCTRINE OF BAPTISMS
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Colonial America 1759 Religious Pamphlet Printed by Benjamin Franklin 1759 French & Indian War Era, Imprint Printed by Benjamin Franklin titled:...
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Paul Revere Jr. Engraved Reprint (1762): His Majestys North-Battery, in Boston60 - Paul Revere Jr. Engraved Reprint (1762): His Majestys North-Battery, in Boston
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Colonial America Paul Revere’s Copper-Plate Engraved circa 1762 of “His Majesty’s North-Battery, in Boston” Restrike Off the Original Copper Plate (c
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1762 David Towsey Tunxis Tribe American Christian Indian Soldier Bounty Pay61 - 1762 David Towsey Tunxis Tribe American Christian Indian Soldier Bounty Pay
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Colonial America Tunxis Tribe Native American Indian David Towsey, Ct. Soldier Who Fought in the French & Indian War 1755-62 March 29, 1762-Date...
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1766 Parliament Members Voted Against the Bill to Repeal the American Stamp Act62 - 1766 Parliament Members Voted Against the Bill to Repeal the American Stamp Act
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Colonial America Parliament Members Against Repealing The “American Stamp Act” 1766-Dated Colonial Era, “A List of the Minority in the House of Common
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1766 PAUL REVERE Eclipse Woodcut Engraving within Nath. Ames Boston Almanac63 - 1766 PAUL REVERE Eclipse Woodcut Engraving within Nath. Ames Boston Almanac
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Colonial America Paul Revere’s 1766 “Eclipse” Woodcut Engraving Illustration in Nathaniel Ames’ Historic Boston Almanack 1766-Dated (Printed in 1765)
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1768 Colonial RI. Whale Oil Manuscript Shipping Receipt, Samuel + William Vernon65 - 1768 Colonial RI. Whale Oil Manuscript Shipping Receipt, Samuel + William Vernon
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Colonial America 1768 Colonial Whale Oil Manuscript Shipping Document January 1, 1768-Dated, Manuscript Document, Receipt for "6 Boxes Spermaci...
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1769 Rare Engraving of JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU, Ne a Geneve en 1708 by J.E. Nocher66 - 1769 Rare Engraving of JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU, Ne a Geneve en 1708 by J.E. Nocher
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Colonial America Jean-Jacques Rousseau Engraved Portrait After the Allan Ramsay Painting, by J.E. Nocher, His Most Famous Work 1769-Dated, Engraved Po
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1770 Act of Parliament Raising £120,000 Current Money of New York in Paper Bills67 - 1770 Act of Parliament Raising £120,000 Current Money of New York in Paper Bills
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Colonial America 1770 New York Paper Money Act Authorizing the Printing of the February 20, 1771 Issue of Colonial Paper Money January 9, 1770-Dated C
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Colonial Currency, NY March 9, 1780 Receipt for Five Bundles New York Currency68 - Colonial Currency, NY March 9, 1780 Receipt for Five Bundles New York Currency
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Colonial America Paper Money Delivered To The City & County of Albany March 9, 1780-Dated. Manuscript Document Signed, “John(athan) Ten Broeck,”...
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(1839) Litho Attempting to Burn John Harris at The Present Site of Harrisburg...69 - (1839) Litho Attempting to Burn John Harris at The Present Site of Harrisburg...
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Colonial America “Attempting to Burn John Harris, at The Present Site of Harrisburg in The Year 1720." by J.T. Bowen, Phila.(1839) (1839), Hand...
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PAUL REVERES ENGRAVINGS, The Reference Book 1969, Clarence S. Brigham, ATHENEUM70 - PAUL REVERES ENGRAVINGS, The Reference Book 1969, Clarence S. Brigham, ATHENEUM
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Colonial America “PAUL REVERE’S ENGRAVINGS” The Reference Book 1969 Edition by Clarence S. Brigham, ATHENEUM, NY (PAUL REVERE). “PAUL REVERE’S ENGRAVI
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c. 1770-80s Revolutionary War Era Hand-Forged Coppered Chocolate Pot with Handle71 - c. 1770-80s Revolutionary War Era Hand-Forged Coppered Chocolate Pot with Handle
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Colonial America Revolutionary War Era Hand-Forged Chocolate Pot c. 1770-80s Revolutionary War Era, Hand-Forged Coppered Tin Chocolate Pot with its Or
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c. 1780 JOSEPH RICHARDSON Goldsmith in PHILADELPHIA Gold Coin Type Weight Scale72 - c. 1780 JOSEPH RICHARDSON Goldsmith in PHILADELPHIA Gold Coin Type Weight Scale
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Colonial America “JOSEPH RICHARDSON Goldsmith, in PHILADELPHIA” Colonial to Revolutionary War Era Gold Coin Scale c. 1780 Revolutionary War Era, Gold
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c. 1770 PAUL REVERE, JR. (1735-1818) Handmade Hallmarked PR Coin Silver Teaspoon73 - c. 1770 PAUL REVERE, JR. (1735-1818) Handmade Hallmarked PR Coin Silver Teaspoon
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Colonial America Outstanding PAUL REVERE, Jr. Hallmarked PR Teaspoon c. 1770 Colonial Era, Paul Revere, Jr. (1735-1818), Silversmith Handmade Coin Sil
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c. 1780, COLONIAL ERA LARGE SILVER SPOON, Produced by Ephraim Brasher74 - c. 1780, COLONIAL ERA LARGE SILVER SPOON, Produced by Ephraim Brasher
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Colonial America “Ephraim Brasher” Made Colonial Era Silver Serving Spoon c. 1780, COLONIAL ERA LARGE SILVER SPOON, Produced by Ephraim Brasher, with
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Colonial Currency, Rare 1769 Pennsylvania 3 Pounds Note, Signed by JOHN NIXON!75 - Colonial Currency, Rare 1769 Pennsylvania 3 Pounds Note, Signed by JOHN NIXON!
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Famous Signers on Colonial Currency The First March 1, 1769 Three Pounds Pennsylvania Note Genuine John Nixon Signed We’ve Offered PCGS VF-25 JOHN NIX
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Colonial Currency, New Jersey. January 9, 1781. 9d. Signed By David Brearey. CU76 - Colonial Currency, New Jersey. January 9, 1781. 9d. Signed By David Brearey. CU
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Famous Signers on Colonial Currency January 9, 1781 New Jersey Signed By Founding Father David Brearley Who Signed the U.S. Constitution for NJ. DAVID
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Colonial Currency, CHARLES PINCKNEY, JR. Signed South Carolina. April 10, 177877 - Colonial Currency, CHARLES PINCKNEY, JR. Signed South Carolina. April 10, 1778
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Famous Signers on Colonial Currency Charles Pinckney Jr. Signed April 10, 1778 South Carolina Currency 10 Shillings “Palmetto” PCGS Certified New-62 C
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Colonial Currency. 1769 PA. CHARLES THOMSON, Continental Congress Secretary78 - Colonial Currency. 1769 PA. CHARLES THOMSON, Continental Congress Secretary
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Famous Signers on Colonial Currency Charles Thomson Signed March 10, 1769 “Relief and Employment of the Poor - City of Philadelphia” Pence Note CHARL
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Colonial Currency Pennsylvania June 18, 1764 3d BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Printed79 - Colonial Currency Pennsylvania June 18, 1764 3d BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Printed
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Colonial Notes Printed by B. Franklin Circulated 1764 Pennsylvania BEN FRANKLIN Issue Note Province of Pennsylvania. June 18, 1764. Three Pence. Plate
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1st Continental Currency Issue, May 10, 1775 $20 MARBLED BORDER Note PCGS EF-4080 - 1st Continental Currency Issue, May 10, 1775 $20 MARBLED BORDER Note PCGS EF-40
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Continental Currency May 10, 1775 $20 “MARBLED BORDER” PCGS EF-40 Continental Congress. May 10, 1775. $20. “Marbled Border” First Continental Currency
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Continental Currency, February 26, 1777 $7 Baltimore Issue Choice Uncirculated81 - Continental Currency, February 26, 1777 $7 Baltimore Issue Choice Uncirculated
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Continental Currency February 26, 1777 Baltimore Issue Continental Note Continental Congress. February 26, 1777. Seven Dollars. Baltimore Issue. Choic
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Continental Currency April 11, 1778 Yorktown Issue Five Dollars PMG Choice VF-3582 - Continental Currency April 11, 1778 Yorktown Issue Five Dollars PMG Choice VF-35
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Continental Currency April 11, 1778 “Yorktown” $5 Continental Currency Issue Continental Congress Currency. April 11, 1778. Yorktown Issue. Five Dolla
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Continental Currency, Jan. 14, 1779 $60 Notes Genuine + Contemporary British CTF83 - Continental Currency, Jan. 14, 1779 $60 Notes Genuine + Contemporary British CTF
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Continental Currency Choice Pair of Sept. 26, 1778 Continental Currency Notes Continental Currency. September 26, 1778, Lot of Two, $60 Notes, (1) Gen
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1781 DAVID RITTENHOUSE Signed Revolutionary War Receipt for CONTINENTAL CURRENCY84 - 1781 DAVID RITTENHOUSE Signed Revolutionary War Receipt for CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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Continental Currency David Rittenhouse Signed as Treasurer of Pennsylvania Receipt for a “parcel of paper money said to contain 20,380 1/2 Dollars, Co
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Continental Congress. September 27, 1785. One Dollar Federal Indent Anderson 165 PCGS Very Fine-30 H85 - Continental Congress. September 27, 1785. One Dollar Federal Indent Anderson 165 PCGS Very Fine-30 H
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Continental Currency Exceedlingly Rare September 27, 1785 One Dollar Continental Congress Indent Note PCGS Very Fine-30 Continental Congress. Septembe
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1760-62 Colonial Connecticut Treasury Purchase of Bills of Exchanged in 176486 - 1760-62 Colonial Connecticut Treasury Purchase of Bills of Exchanged in 1764
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Connecticut Currency 1760-62 Connecticut Colonial Currency Notes Exchanged July 2, 1764-Dated, Manuscript Colonial Connecticut Treasury Receipt, Speci
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Colonial Currency, Pair of Superb March 1, 1780 Conn Notes Consecutive Serial #s87 - Colonial Currency, Pair of Superb March 1, 1780 Conn Notes Consecutive Serial #s
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Connecticut Currency Pair of Superb Connecticut Notes with Consecutive Serial Numbers State of Connecticut. March 1, 1780. Lot of Two 20s Notes. Conse
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Colonial Currency, Delaware January 1, 1776 5s Superb Gem Crisp Uncirculated88 - Colonial Currency, Delaware January 1, 1776 5s Superb Gem Crisp Uncirculated
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Delaware Currency Superb Uncirculated January 1, 1776 Delaware 5 Shillings Delaware. January 1, 1776. Five Shillings. Superb Gem Crisp Uncirculated. F
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Colonial Currency. Georgia. 1773. 20s. Fully Issued Rarity. Choice Very Fine89 - Colonial Currency. Georgia. 1773. 20s. Fully Issued Rarity. Choice Very Fine
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Georgia Currency Extremely Rare Fully Issued 1773 Georgia 20 Shilling Note Province of Georgia. 1773 Act. Twenty Shillings. Fully Issued. Typeset. Con
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Colonial Currency, Georgia. 1776 Light Blue Seal $10 Millstone on Palm Tree Note90 - Colonial Currency, Georgia. 1776 Light Blue Seal $10 Millstone on Palm Tree Note
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Georgia Currency Beautiful 1776 Georgia “Millstone on Palm Tree” Note Georgia. 1776 Light Blue Seal. Ten Spanish Milled Dollars. “Millstone on Palm Tr
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Colonial Currency, Georgia Sept. 10, 1777 $4 Red Stag Seal About Extremely Fine91 - Colonial Currency, Georgia Sept. 10, 1777 $4 Red Stag Seal About Extremely Fine
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Georgia Currency September 10, 1777 Georgia Four Dollars Red “Stag” Note Georgia. September 10, 1777 Revolutionary War Period. Four Dollars Note. Red
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State of Georgia. October 16, 1786. Twenty Shillings. PCGS graded Very Fine-30.92 - State of Georgia. October 16, 1786. Twenty Shillings. PCGS graded Very Fine-30.
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Georgia Currency Beautiful Georgia October 16, 1786 Twenty Shillings Note State of Georgia. October 16, 1786. Twenty Shillings. PCGS graded Very Fine-
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Colonial Currency, Maryland, June 8, 1780 Six Dollars BLACK MONEY Major Rarity!93 - Colonial Currency, Maryland, June 8, 1780 Six Dollars BLACK MONEY Major Rarity!
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Maryland Currency Maryland “Black Money” June 8, 1780 Six Dollars Rarity State of Maryland. June 8, 1780. Six Dollars. “Black Money” Issue. PCGS grad
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Colonial Currency, MASS. June 18, 1776, 2s4d Choice Crisp EF+ to About Unc.94 - Colonial Currency, MASS. June 18, 1776, 2s4d Choice Crisp EF+ to About Unc.
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Massachusetts Currency June 18, 1776 Massachusetts 2s4d Choice Crisp EF+ / AU Colony of Massachusetts. June 18, 1776. Two Shillings & Four Pence...
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Colonial Currency, MA. June 18, 1776 4s4d Note, Impressive PCGS Very Fine-2595 - Colonial Currency, MA. June 18, 1776 4s4d Note, Impressive PCGS Very Fine-25
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Massachusetts Currency Desireable June 18, 1776 Massachusetts 4s4d Note Colony of Massachusetts Bay. June 18, 1776. Four Shillings Four Pence. Due Dat
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Colonial Currency, Massachusetts. June 18, 1776. Seven Dollars. Genuine Note!96 - Colonial Currency, Massachusetts. June 18, 1776. Seven Dollars. Genuine Note!
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Massachusetts Currency Genuine June 18, 1776 Massachusetts Seven Dollars Note Colony of Massachusetts Bay. June 18, 1776. Seven Dollars. Genuine &am...
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Colonial Currency, MA, 1781, 16 Spanish Milled Dollars Treasurers Certificate97 - Colonial Currency, MA, 1781, 16 Spanish Milled Dollars Treasurers Certificate
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Massachusetts Currency “Commonweath of Massachusetts” December 10, 1781 Sixteen Dollars Note PCGS VF-35 with Border Text in Reverse Commonwealth of Ma
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Colonial Currency Note, NH, June 20, 1775, 20s REPRINT Choice About Uncirculated98 - Colonial Currency Note, NH, June 20, 1775, 20s REPRINT Choice About Uncirculated
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New Hampshire Currency Original Paul Revere Issue Reprint off the Original Plate Colony of New Hampshire. June 20, 1775 Issue. Twenty Shillings. (c. 1
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Colonial Currency, NH. June 28, 1776. 5 Pence. Choice Very Fine99 - Colonial Currency, NH. June 28, 1776. 5 Pence. Choice Very Fine
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New Hampshire Currency New Hampshire June 28, 1776 Five Pence Note Colony of New Hampshire. June 28, 1776. Five Pence. Choice Very Fine. Fr. NH-161.
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Colonial Currency, NJ, June 14, 1757 Act. 30s. PCGS graded Choice New-63100 - Colonial Currency, NJ, June 14, 1757 Act. 30s. PCGS graded Choice New-63
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New Jersey Currency June 14, 1757 Thirty Shillings PCGS Choice New-63 New Jersey. June 14, 1757 Act. Thirty Shillings. Plate B. PCGS graded Choice New
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Colonial Currency New Jersey December 31, 1763 Blue and Red Six Pounds Choice VF101 - Colonial Currency New Jersey December 31, 1763 Blue and Red Six Pounds Choice VF
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New Jersey Currency Colorful Blue & Red Print December 31, 1763 New Jersey New Jersey. December 31, 1763. Six Pounds. Blue and Red Print. Choice...
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