STATE OF VIRGINIA CURRENCY NOTE FOR 300 DOLLARS (90 Pounds) dated OCTOBER 16, 1780. No vignettes but printed on very thin tissue-like, paper.
Back is blank as issued with the exception of the words THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS and NINETY POUNDS at right and left margins. The wording on the front of the note is as follows. THIS BILL of THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS. Redeemed in SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS.
Or the value in Gold or Silver, at the. For Forty at the TREASURY of VIRGINIA. One Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety.One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty. THREE HAND SIGNATURES of Virginia colonial officials: Th. Simmons, John Lyne and J. A Super bold note grade CHOICE EXTREMELY FINE. A tough issue to find in nice grade as the paper is so thin that it tended to disintegrate.
A premium example of this scarce issue. The item "1780 STATE OF VIRGINIA $300 AMERICAN REVOLUTION CURRENCY BOLD EXTREMELY FINE" is in sale since Thursday, August 19, 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 worldwide.