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Ferdinand VI (1747 - 1759)
Mexico AR 8 Reales
O: FERDND·VI·D·G·HISPAN·ET IND·REX M F 8, Crowned arms shield flanked by value and initials.
R: VTRAQUE VNUM; Mo 1756 MoCrowned hemispheres flanked by crowned pillars.
Ex. Harlan J Berk Buy or Bid Sale #212, July 2020
Dang... the condition is amazing
Delaware 1759 15 Shillings
For a coin, I have a 1722 Hibernia 1/2 Penny
1794 head of 1793 large cent. Issued in January 1794, within the first 12 months of operation of the US mint
The Americas in general:
This coin is actually a pattern tuppence with more pellets in the rose on the reverse than the as made for circulation examples have. Despite the fact it wasn't intended for circulation it managed to see some circulation.
Colonial paper money issued in Maryland in 1733 but printed in London:
These forms were printed in 1733 and delivered to Annapolis - they were used until the 1750's when a local printer took over printing currency for the colony.
Oldest federally issued coin:
One that was purchased straight out of the penny board it had been in since the 1940's when I purchased it in 1992.
Colonial states and pre federal
Oldest US issued
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