1777 Nine Pence Pennsylvania Colonial Currency Revolutionary War Note
Item # CC-0291: 1777 Nine Pence Pennsylvania Colonial Currency Revolutionary War Note
Condition: Circulated with signs of age
Description: This beautiful and scarce 9 Pence Note was printed in the Common Wealth of Pennsylvania in 1777 by John Dunlap. The face of the note displays the Coat of Arms of Pennsylvania and is numbered and signed by William Will in reddish brown ink. The face of the note also displays the Arms of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with a ship, plow and bundles of wheat. The reverse shows the warning “To Counterfeit is Death”, along with the date and denomination.
Measurements: Overall approximately 2 – 3/8″ Wide x 2 – 7/8″ Tall.
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