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Continental Currency "John J. Ford, Jr." "February 17, 1776 $1
Note #92319 Depressa Rusurgit" Choice Almost Uncirculated

Reference #: CC90
"Clean and crisp with vivid black print and designs. Cut tight at the right margin. A lovely, bold note. Signed by B. Brannan and Sam Sellers, the first signature in bright red ink. ex. Stacks 01/05 Lot 1718 John J. Ford, Jr. Part VIII."
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Continental Currency "John J. Ford, Jr." "February 17, 1776 1/6 of $1
Note #73720 Fugio" Choice Crisp Uncirculated

Reference #: CC91
"An American classic. Fugio notes were directly based on sketches prepared by Ben Franklin, and they are a one year only type, representing the only use of fractional currency in the Continental Currency series. An exceptionally pleasing example, boldly printed on bright crisp paper free of any problems. Signed by Thomas Leach. ex. Stacks 01/05 Lot 1712 John J. Ford, Jr. Part VIII."
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Continental Currency "John J. Ford, Jr." "February 17, 1776 1/6 of $1
Note 155375 Fugio" Choice Crisp Uncirculated

Reference #: CC92
"Another exceptionally pleasing, problem free example of this classic design with strong printing on crisp light paper. Margins a tad tight, but nowhere touching the borders. Signed by Thomas Morris. ex. Stacks 01/05 Lot 1713 John J. Ford, Jr. Part VIII."
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Continental Currency "May 9, 1776 $5
Note #52902" Choice About New

Reference #: CC93
"Slightly toned paper with minor foxing at the center of the obverse base. Vivid black print, however, especially on the reverse where the leaf prints, and borders are as dark as on any note the cataloguer can recall. A vertical central fold is only really visible from the reverse. "
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Continental Currency "November 2, 1776 $30
Note #49475" Choice Crisp Uncirculated

Reference #: CC94
"A crisp and vivid note, printed on light paper in dark ink. The margins tightly trimmed. Signed by Samuel Stringer Coale and Rinaldo Johnson. "
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Continental Currency "John J. Ford, Jr." "November 2, 1776 $4
Note #3826 Boar" Choice Crisp Uncirculated

Reference #: CC95
"Quite close to, if not fully Gem in appearance, with very bright, very crisp paper and four full margins. No weakness, no bends, no problems, just one lovely note. Signed by James Walker and Horatio Johnson. ex. Stacks 01/05 Lot 1736 John J. Ford, Jr., Part VIII."
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