A good example of a $7 Dollar Continental Currency Note issued in 1775 based on a resolution by the Continental Congress on November 29, 1775. The Continental Congress issued paper money during the Revolution, known as Continental currency, to fund the war effort. One by one, colonies began to issue their own paper money to serve as a convenient medium of exchange. This note, printed by Hall & Sellers, is in good overall condition, with a center crease, dog-eared corners, and wear commensurate with age and use. Dimensions: Approximately 2 ¾” H x 3 ⅝ W. A great piece of American Revolutionary War currency! Ref: 11723


New Hampshire Antique Co-op

1775 Seven Dollar American Revolutionary War Continental Currency Note


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