Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies
Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

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Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.

Colonial Currency of the Thirteen Colonies

Imagine owning a collection of real authentic currency that was printed in all of the thirteen original colonies during the time of the American Revolution.  Paper money that was printed under the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere or many other important printers of the time.

A unique collection of genuine, authentic paper money from each of the thirteen original colonies.  Each piece of currency was guaranteed and hand signed by a prominent colonist from that colony.   Some of the signers of the paper money also signed the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution.

Notes were issued to finance courthouse construction, public roads and other public works projects.  In many cases., currency was issued to fund expenses of war.  A stunning display of our nation's first paper currency.

There were times when paper money was depreciated and thus their value or worth decreased.  This, in turn, led to hostilities with the British creditors.  The British government passed laws restricting issuance of paper money, including the infamous 1765 Stamp Act which led to the start of the American Revolution

Ever heard the phrase "not worth a continental"? During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress issued a form of currency known as the "continental" that proved worthless due to rapid depreciation. 

The reflection or glare is the cause of each of the colonial currency notes being encapsulated in archival grade Mylar for maximum protection.  In the years, I have sold these collections, people don't mind because it preserves the integrity of each piece of paper money.