Coin Extremely Fine

1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine

1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine
1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine
1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine

1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine

This issue was circulating after the United States declared independence on July 4. Features super vignette of a severe storm at sea. Motto: SERENABIT (It Will be Calm) around. The reverse shows a woodcut of buttercup leaves (an anti-counterfeiting device), SEVEN DOLLARS at the top, and PHILADELPHIA: Printed by HALL and SELLERS 1776. Signed by Continental officials Joseph Gaither and Dennis Griffith.

"THE UNITED COLONIES/SEVEN DOLLARS" along top and bottom borders. "Continental Currency" along left and right borders. THIS Bill entitles the Bearer to receive SEVEN SPANISH milled DOLLARS , or the Value thereof in Gold or Silve r , according to a Resolution of CONGRESS, paffed. You will like this note! The item "1776 $7 CONTINENTAL CURRENCY NOTE NOV 2 1776 ISSUE CHOICE EXTREMELY FINE" is in sale since Friday, August 13, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Colonial Currency".

The seller is "thanomk" and is located in Brooklandville, Maryland. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.

  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Denomination: $7


1776 $7 Continental Currency Note Nov 2 1776 Issue Choice Extremely Fine