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$1,000 or 300 March 1, 1781 Revolutionary War Virginia Currency All Notes to Become Worthless October 1, 1782

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Treasury of Virginia. March 1, 1781. One Thousand Dollars or 300 Pounds. Dual denominated Note. Printed on Thin Rice Paper. Two Jumbo Sheet Margins. Choice Extremely Fine.

Fr. VA-209a. An impressive and pleasing March 1,1781 Act Revolutionary War date example of this rarely encountered One Thousand Dollars or 300 Pounds Treasury of Virginia highest denomination note on the issue. This Uniface typeset note has some old archival fiber paper reinforcement on the lower right corner outer paper selvage at bottom, and a thin strip along the right margin edge as added reinforcements, and there is minor ink erosion within the signatures. Boldly printed text and designs in deep black on thin rice paper having jumbo sheet edge margins at top and left. Also, boldly signed in rich brown ink by; James Turner, J. Hopkins and F. Webb.
Lot Number: 176
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