Lot 85 of 435:
Money printed by Benjamin Franklin  

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$300 - $500

Two examples of early American paper money, one of them printed by Benjamin Franklin


Pennsylvania & Maryland


1760 & 1774



  • Bill for Fifty Shillings, printed by B. Franklin and D. Hill, signed in ink by  H. Harrison, Jos. Saunders and (somewhat illegibly) Joseph Morris. 9x7 cm. Pennsylvania, May 1, 1760, 
  • Bill for Two Thirds of a Dollar, printed by A.C. and F. Green, signed by G. Clapham and W. Eddis. 6.5x12 cm. Maryland, April 10, 1774.

Framed between two panes of glass.

Interesting examples of early American money.

Lot Amendments

Worn, but not more than should be expected, and in better condition than usually found.

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