Colonial Currency from the State of North Carolina – Values and Pricing
Colonial currency from North Carolina comes in over 200 different varieties. Unlike most other states, there are really no important signors of North Carolina colonial currency. Also unlike most other states, a lot of the earlier currency from North Carolina is fairly common.
*** If your colonial currency from North Carolina is for Four Dollars and it is from the date of August 8, 1778 and it has the serial number 126 or 146, then what you have is a modern reproduction with no collector value ***
Some of the more valuable colonial notes from North Carolina are from these dates:
1712, 1713, 1715, 1734, 1735, 1756, 1757
October 19, 1722
November 27, 1729
May 28, 1757
November 21, 1757
May 4, 1758
December 22, 1758
August 21, 1775
May 17, 1783
December 29, 1785
There are other North Carolina colonial issues in between some of those dates. When dealing with a more common issue, things like condition and art work are very important. North Carolina notes had an abundance of different scenes.
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