Colonial currency is paper money that was issued in North America, prior to the Revolutionary War, while the colonies were still under Great Britain’s rule. Colonial money was first issued in 1690 by the original 13 colonies and the state of Vermont, and printed through the late 1700’s.
A bright colonial with clear serial number and signature.
A bright colonial with clear serial number and signature.View Note
|20 Shillings||Delaware||January 1, 1776||80||AU||$295|
|One Sixth of a Dollar||Maryland||April 10, 1774||61||Fine||$275|
|18 Pence||New Jersey||March 25, 1776||1776||XF||$285|
|30 Shillings||Pennsylvania||December 8, 1775||195||PCGS 45||$325|
|9 Pence||Connecticut||January 1, 1782||206||AU||$325|
A lovely AU note with cut cancellation.View Note
|5 Dollars||Massachusetts||May 5, 1780||282||VF||$115|
An evenly circulated note with a cut out cancel.View Note
|Two Shillings and Six-pence||Pennsylvania||1775||188||AU||$395|