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$5 1853 Charleston South Carolina SC Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill! Farmers

$5 1853 Charleston South Carolina SC Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill! Farmers
$5 1853 Charleston South Carolina SC Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill! Farmers

$5 1853 Charleston South Carolina SC Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill! Farmers
This note is dated August 8, 1853. This is a great bill from a tough to find town! This bill is a must have for any collector of Obsolete Currency! All my items are exactly as described. Also feel free to browse my store for an extensive collection of National Bank Notes from all over the country! Thanks for looking and good luck! View more great items. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “collectiblenotes” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Denomination: $5

$5 1853 Charleston South Carolina SC Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill! Farmers
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5 Dollars South Carolina Revenue Bond Script Obsolete Currency Note #50295

5 Dollars South Carolina Revenue Bond Script Obsolete Currency Note #50295
5 Dollars South Carolina Revenue Bond Script Obsolete Currency Note #50295

5 Dollars South Carolina Revenue Bond Script Obsolete Currency Note #50295
Original US Obsolete Currency. You will receive the exact note you see in the pictures. Please look at the pictures. Uncirculated and in perfect condition. The note is guaranteed to be authentic. Please also check out our other listings. All items we sell are authentic. Feel free to ask any questions. We are the biggest US Coin Dealer in Germany. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “dprc14″ and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Denomination: 5 Dollars
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: Uncertified

5 Dollars South Carolina Revenue Bond Script Obsolete Currency Note #50295
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$20 1856 Hamburg South Carolina SC Counterfeit Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill

$20 1856 Hamburg South Carolina SC Counterfeit Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill
$20 1856 Hamburg South Carolina SC Counterfeit Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill

$20 1856 Hamburg South Carolina SC Counterfeit Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill
This note is dated October 13, 1856. It was issued from The Bank of Hamburg. This note is a contemporary counterfeit. This is a tough to find issue. This bill is a must have for any collector of Obsolete Currency! All my items are exactly as described. Also feel free to browse my store for an extensive collection of National Bank Notes from all over the country! Thanks for looking and good luck! View more great items. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “collectiblenotes” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Denomination: $20

$20 1856 Hamburg South Carolina SC Counterfeit Obsolete Currency Bank Note Bill
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US $5 1860 Bank of the State of South Carolina Obsolete Currency Note VF (830)

US $5 1860 Bank of the State of South Carolina Obsolete Currency Note VF (830)
US $5 1860 Bank of the State of South Carolina Obsolete Currency Note VF (830)

US $5 1860 Bank of the State of South Carolina Obsolete Currency Note VF (830)
We stand behind everything we sell. We accept APS, PF, & PSE certificates on philatelic items. Encased holders are not accepted. Specific grades on certificates or confirmation of faults described in the listing. Or the inability of the agency to offer an opinion, will not be grounds for return. Tracking information should be available by the following evening. Please confirm that the item in the image matches the Title, Description & Specification fields. We list a lot of items. Very infrequently, a mix-up can occur. Likewise, if you do not receive what is imaged in the listing, you may return it. We strive to provide the highest quality images, of all sides, of every item we offer. We never enhance any image. What you see is what our scanners or cameras saw. Any faults will be noted in the title or condition field of this listing. OG: Original Gum NH: Never Hinged. DOG: Disturbed Original Gum LH: Lightly Hinged. RG: Re-Gummed H: Hinged. NG: Unused without Gum PH: Previously Hinged. NGAI: No Gum As Issued HR: Hinge Remnant. VG: Very Good CU: Crisp Uncirculated. F: Fine Ch: Choice. VF: Very Fine Sup: Superb / GEM. XF: Extremely Fine AU: About Uncirculated. Appr: Appearing (fault present, see condition). PSE: Professional Stamp Experts SMQ: Stamp Market Quarterly. PF: Philatelic Foundation SCV: Scott Catalog Value. For Philatelic items, Scott Catalog Numbers and Values are typically referenced. On items with graded certs, PSE’s SMQ or Scott Values Supplement prices may be used. Please be sure to look through our store for many other fine items. Your business is most appreciated. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Obsolete Currency”. The seller is “us_stamp_shop” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Croatia, Republic of, Bermuda, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Place of Origin: United States
  • Paper Currency Type: Obsolete
  • Grade: VF
  • Type: obsolete
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Denomination: $5

US $5 1860 Bank of the State of South Carolina Obsolete Currency Note VF (830)
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SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency

SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency

SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
Attractive & Popular “Hercules vs Lion”. February 8, 1779 “NINETY DOLLARS” or “One-Hundred Forty-Six Pounds and 5 Shillings” South Carolina Colonial Currency Note. Conservatively graded & certified by PMG as VF30 with the look of a much higher grade. PMG has noted the obvious on the back label, which is the that the corner is missing. There are alsi a couple of very tiny pin holes of no real significance, otherwise no problems of any kind such as tears, splits, repairs, etc. This is a very nice mid-grade example! On the back side is an impressive image of “Hercules strangling a Lion” with the artist’s imprinted signature engraved on Hercules’ toga T. The image of Hercules & the Lion is complete and unusually well-centered on the back, which is often not the case. On the front side is a darkly inked rendition of a “Warrior” with the Latin inscription “ARMISA CONCURRITE COMPO” (Assemble the field of arms). Bold 4-digit serial number 7573 in brown ink along with the equally bold signatures of Joseph Atkinson, Edward Trescot, and John Scott. An authentic & historical item printed in 1779 and issued during the Revolutionary War (1775-83), less than 3 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. (trackable) to anywhere in the United States. And as always, “the item you see listed here is the exact same item you will receive”. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Colonial Currency”. The seller is “colonial-americana” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PMG
  • Certification Number: 2084687-019
  • Grade: 30
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Denomination: $90
  • Type: Colonial Currency
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

SC-158 HERCULES vs LION PMG VF30 $90 1779 South Carolina Colonial Currency
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(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
This note is PMG Graded Very Fine 25 with a few minor internal paper breaks. ANA & SPMC member. US Only For This Item. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Colonial Currency”. The seller is “oldmoney4u” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PMG
  • Grade: 25
  • Denomination: $70
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
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SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note

SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note

SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
Scarce, Choice, and High Grade. Very conservatively graded & certified by PCGS as VF25 Apparent, with the mention of “Edge Splits Restored”. Scarce, in the fact that PCGS has graded a number of these, but all of them are apparent graded with some sort of problem except for one single example. That problem-free example is graded a very modest F15. So, every higher graded, attractive looking 10 Pound note should be desirable. This PCGS VF25 Apparent SC-99 is very attractive with minimal problems, and is one of the highest graded examples to have survived. This PCGS graded VF25 SC-99 example is graded higher than any of PMG’s graded SC-99 notes to date. PMG has graded a total of (17) examples, and all are graded lower except for two at the same VF25 grade level as this PCGS example. It is very likely that all (or nearly all) of these (17) notes are Net graded with problems. On the front side is a bold rendition of a seal that is described by Newman as thus. Latin motto ET DEUS IMNIPOTENS (And Almighty God). The back side is “black” as always for this denomination, but this particular note was fortunate to have. A very large watermark embedded into the thin laid paper itself. To me it looks like a crown on top of a double circle with a floral design within that double circle. These watermarks are “hit and miss”. Most examples do not have any watermark, or just a partial. (see last photo for watermark). Bold 5-digit serial number 45789 in brown ink along with the equally bold written signatures of Jacob Motte, Benjamin Waring, John Berwick, John Neufville, Peter Bacot, and (lightly) William Gibbes along the vertical centerfold. I have found little info on Mr Jacob Motte other than he was a staunch supporter of the colonial rebellion, and that he died in 1780, but his wife (widow). Rebecca Motte has retained notoriety as an American Revolutionary War Heroine. A quick search will reward you with a very interesting historical bio, including an incident where she provided. General Nathanial Greene’s Continental Army. General Francis Marion’s (known as The Swamp Fox) Brigade. Henry (Light Horse Harry) Lee father of Robert E. A quiver of combustible arrows from East India that would set fire to her own house which was taken over by the British and made into an enemy fort. Served under Colonel Daniel Horry Regiment in the. South Carolina Light Dragoons. (horse cavalry) and saw action during the siege of Charlestown in the battle known as. The Battle of Moncks Corner. On April 14, 1780. These large format (about 7″ wide x 4″ high) were printed on very thin weak fine laid paper that was often folded to fit into a patriot’s wallet, and then unfolded many times as it circulated. The result is that only a handful have survived the past 247 years, and the few that have, all seem to have problems such as tears, edge splits, etc. This example is visually the nicest I’ve seen in the past 20+ years with the bold & complete seal, full text, bold serial number and all six signatures, and three full borders while the forth (top border) is just a little tight, but nice enough. (trackable) to anywhere in the United States. And as always, “the item you see listed is the exact same item that you will receive”. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Colonial Currency”. The seller is “colonial-americana” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PCGS Currency
  • Certification Number: 80098440
  • Grade: 25
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Denomination: 10 Pounds
  • Type: Colonial Currency
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Grade Designation: Apparent

SC-99 PCGS VF25 £10 June 1, 1775 South Carolina Colonial Currency Note
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1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE

1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE

1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
Here is a rarity grade of the glorious and always in hign demand the magnificent State Of South Carolina. A Stunning scarcer year 1873. Note that was graded by top grading company. This note has an Exceptional Paper Quality notation and is cut canceled and a four digit serial number. The state repudiated this entire issue due to serious corruption involved in placing the order. As a result, no notes were ever issued to circulation and all are, therefore, technically remainders. It is a fantastic investment grade example of a rare and popular type. A flaming dream with deep fresh flashy ink color and blazing crisp freshness. Far more rare in this grade than others might imagine. Only one collector can own this grade rarity that serves to separate the truly great Confederate collections from the nearly great Confederate collections. Outstanding quality of both paper and ink. The bright colors against the background are an aesthetic delight. Scarce and highly sought after in the higher grades. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Confederate Currency”. The seller is “superiorexcellency-com” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification: PMG
  • Grade: 65
  • Type: Confederate Currency
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Denomination: $2
  • Grade Designation: EPQ/PPQ

1873 $2 State of South Carolina Currency Gem Uncirculated PMG 65 EPQ- RARE NOTE
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(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
This note is PMG Graded Very Fine 25 with a few minor internal paper breaks. ANA & SPMC member. US Only For This Item. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Colonial Currency”. The seller is “oldmoney4u” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PMG
  • Denomination: $70
  • Grade: 25
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

(SC-156) February 8, 1779 $70 SOUTH CAROLINA Colonial Currency Note PMG VF 25
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SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note

SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note

SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note
Rare & Very Choice. October 19, 1776 “EIGHT DOLLARS” (or THIRTEEN POUNDS) South Carolina Colonial Currency Note. Graded & certified by PMG as VF35. With the look of an even higher grade. PMG notes that there is some restorations done to this note, but they must be extremely well done and/or of very minor significance because I can not detect any such repairs. In any case, this note is. Darkly & clearly inked on both sides with no problems of any kind that I can detect, and there are no pin holes. There are no known uncirculated examples of a SC-133 graded by PMG or PCGS. The highest being a single note graded by PMG as AU55. PCGS’s highest graded is just an XF45 Apparent with some minor problems. On the back side is an interesting and rather intricate design with the. Value printed in Roman numerals VIII (but printed upside down), four hour glasses marking the passing of time, the superstitious denomination of “Thirteen Pounds” printed to the right side, along with an unusual “skull and crossbones” vignette (its true meaning now probably lost to history). On the front side is a bold rendition of. Latin inscription “IMPAVIDE” (Fearlessly). This vignette on this particular example is perfectly printed and is boldly displayed. The human faces from the four corners of the world are all “blowing wind” upon the unprotected rock. Very Low & bold 2-digit serial number 59 in dark red ink. Along with the handwritten signatures of John Berwick, Philip Neyler, and vertically, Edward Blake in very light red ink. An authentic & historical item that was printed in our nation’s birthyear of 1776 and issued during the Revolutionary War (1775-83), just a couple months after the signing of the Declaration of Independence in July of 1776. (trackable) to anywhere in the United States. And as always, “the item you see here is the exact same item you will receive”. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: US\Colonial Currency”. The seller is “colonial-americana” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PMG
  • Certification Number: 1993994-008
  • Grade: 35
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Denomination: $8
  • Type: Colonial Currency
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

SC-133 Skull and Crossbones PMG VF35 £13 1776 South Carolina Currency Note