Pennsylvania Colonial Currency October 1, 1773, Twenty Shillings. The Penn family arms are shown on the front with the motto " Mercy Justice ".
There is a very small tear at the lower left hand corner. Very nice colors and borders. The clear signatures are those of Thomas leech, James Stephens and William Crispin. A wonderful artifact from our nations earliest history.
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