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1782 Revolutionary War American Patriot Archibald Patison (Owned the American Privateer Schooner "Molly") Scarce Maryland 6% Fiscal Bond Certificate Endorsed
September 10, 1782-Dated Revolutionary War Period, Partially-Printed Document Signed, "Tho. Harwood" as Treasurer, Endorsed by Archibald Patison. State of Maryland, 6% Interest Bearing Fiscal Bond Certificate for Specie. Anderson MD-7. No Cancel. Very Fine.
Anderson MD-7. Rated as Rarity-6 (21 to 30 Known) according to William Anderson. This rare Maryland Revolutionary War Fiscal 6% Bond Certificate was payable for: "Specie at a (specified) rate of Seven Shillings and Six-pence for a Spanish Milled Dollar, with an interest at the rate of Six-percent." This Certificate is number 601 issued to William Barrow on September 10, 1782 in the amount of 113 Pounds, 14 shillings and 3 pence, Signed by Thomas Harwood, Treasurer. Also Signed by American Patriot Archibald Patison, with his endorsement on the reverse. Folds, a slight split in one fold and at the right edge. There are no repairs. Large border at right and bottom with curved Indented border left. Manuscript portions are clear and strong. According to William G. Anderson's reference book "The Price of Liberty" this Certificate type is cataloged as Anderson MD-7, described as an Exchange Certificate, bearing 6 percent Interest Per Anum, authorized May 10, 1781 to adjust funding the Revolutionary War related debts due from the State.

William Barrow, to whom this Certificate is issued, was the surveyor for Dorchester County, Maryland. The otherwise blank reverse has two interest payment notations, paid in 1783 and 1784, that are Signed by Thomas Harwood, Treasurer.

The final endorsement is Signed on the blank reverse by "Arch(ibald) Patison," dated 1787. Archibald Patison of Dorchester County, Maryland formed "Patison & Company" owned and operated the historic American Privateer Schooner "Molly." The Ship "Molly" carried two guns and was commanded by Joseph Elliot on May 10, 1780. Reference: Naval Records of the American Revolution 1775-1788 and Maryland Historical Magazine " 1908. A direct Early American Naval connection to the historic owner operating a Maryland based American Privateer. Revolutionary War Financing Bonds and Interest Bearing funding Certificates from Connecticut and Massachusetts are seen much more often than from Maryland.
Revolutionary War Financing Bonds and Interest Bearing funding Certificates from Connecticut and Massachusetts are seen much more often than from Maryland.
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