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1786 New Jersey Fiscal Document Paying The States Revolutionary War Exceedingly Rare Debt High Rarity-8 (Only 1 to 3 Known)

January 1, 1786-Dated, Historical Early American Partially-Printed Fiscal Document Signed, "Silas Condict" as "Commissioner," Specie Certificate Paying Interest Due on a State of New Jersey Revolutionary War Debt Bond, Anderson NJ-4. Choice Very Fine.

Anderson NJ-4 in THE PRICE OF LIBERTY. Rated as Rarity-8 (1 to 3 Known) in Anderson. This exceedingly rare Specie Certificate is paying Fifteen pounds, Nine shillings and Three pence as Interest due on a New Jersey 6% Interest Debt bond. It has ornate border designs, measures 4" x 7", this Document having Silas Condict Signing as "Commissioner" in dark brown ink at lower right. This payment certificate is issued to Christopher Longstreet, refunding his part of the State's outstanding Revolutionary War debt, and issued in exchange for County Contractors' Certificates. Endorsed on the reverse with some ink show-through to the face side, otherwise it is quite clean. Signed, SILAS CONDICT (1738-1801) a New Jersey Delegate to the Continental Congress (1781-1783). Later, served in the NJ State Assembly as Speaker. Sharply printed in rich black text with brown manuscript portions and signatures on clean period paper. The first of this exceedingly rare NJ Revolutionary War Bond we have offered.
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