Colonial & Continental Currency

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CC-17  Signed by Mordecai Lewis

Philadelphia Merchant & Patriot

1775 Continental 7 Dollars Note

PMG

ChVF-35

EPQ

SOLD

DE-77  Signed by John McKinly, Thomas Collins & Boaz Manlove

2 Colonial Governors of  Delaware & Notorious Tory

1776 Delaware 5 Shillings Note

PMG

AU-55

EPQ

SOLD
DE-79  Signed by John McKinly, Thomas Collins & Boaz Manlove

2 Colonial Governors of  Delaware & Notorious Tory

1776 Delaware 10 Shillings Note

PMG

ChU-64

SOLD
MD-70  Printed by Anne C. Green Signed by William Eddis

Famous Printer & a British Loyalist

1774 Maryland 8 Dollars Note

PMG

EF-40

SOLD
PA-172  "Lighthouse Note"

Engraving of the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse

1775 Pennsylvania 6 Shillings Note

PMG

AU-55

EPQ

SOLD

PA-174  "Lighthouse Note"

Engraving of the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse

1775 Pennsylvania 16 Shillings Note

PMG

AU-55

EPQ

SOLD

PA-174  "Lighthouse Note"

Engraving of the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse

1775 Pennsylvania 16 Shillings Note

PMG

AU-58

EPQ

SOLD

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This yellow Dutch brick was dug up within the stockade site near the De Vries monument in Lewes, Delaware during an archeological excavation of the site conducted by the Sussex Archaeological  Association in 1952. The brick measures approximately 1" x 3" x 7" and comes in an oak hinged box for protection.

$995.00

Delaware Prison Tokens made of brass and used as money by inmates. Prison officials authorized these tokens in order to prevent contraband from entering the prisons. The purpose is to limit a prisoner's spending as normal coinage supplied by friends of the prisoner is useless within the walls of the prison. Two types "Delaware Board of Corrections" and "New Castle County Workhouse Wilmington, Del." Available in $1.00, 25 cents, 10 cents, 5 cents and 1 cent denominations.

$20.00 each

1823 Delaware State Lottery Ticket to finance the completion of St Peter's Church. The scheme of prizes is on the front of the ticket. The ticket is printed on clean laid paper and the lettering is very sharp. It is in excellent condition and has nice margins.

$195.00

1853 Bank of Milford $1.00 Obsolete Note. The General Assembly of Delaware on February 4, 1851, passed an act to incorporate a bank in Milford. The Bank of Milford opened for business in August of 1852.

$295.00

1854 Bank of Milford $2.00 Obsolete Note. The General Assembly of Delaware on February 4, 1851, passed an act to incorporate a bank in Milford. The Bank of Milford opened for business in August of 1852.

$295.00

1854 Bank of Milford $3.00 Obsolete Note. The General Assembly of Delaware on February 4, 1851, passed an act to incorporate a bank in Milford. The Bank of Milford opened for business in August of 1852.

$295.00

1854 Bank of Milford $5.00 Obsolete Note. The General Assembly of Delaware on February 4, 1851, passed an act to incorporate a bank in Milford. The Bank of Milford opened for business in August of 1852.

$295.00

1862 The Farmers & Mechanics Bank of Milford $1.00 Civil War Era Obsolete Note. Obsolete banknotes are also known as “broken banknotes” or “wildcat notes.” Before there were National banknotes many private banks issued their own paper money without US Government backing. Many of these notes became worthless when the banks closed.

$495.00

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