PENNSYLVANIA 40 SHILLINGS of DECEMBER 8, 1775 – SIGNED ELISHA PRICE (in RED INK), NICHOLAS FAIRLAMB & MAJOR SKETCHLY MORTON – PLATE A

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Pennsylvania 40 Shillings Of December 8, 1775 – Signed Elisha Price* (in Red Ink), Nicholas Fairlamb** & Major Sketchly Morton*** – Plate A, With Natural Leaf Image Is On The Reverse – Printed By Hall &Amp; Sellers With Mica Flakes &Amp; Blue Threads (Anti-Counterfeiting Devices) On Heavy Rag Content Paper

Measures Approximately 2 3/4 X 3 1/4″

*( 1734 – 1798 ) Representative From Chester County For The 1776 Vote To Agree With Congress Declaring The United Colonies Free & Independent.
**Gearing Up For The Revolution On The 17th Of April ( 1776 ), Chester County Militia Required, Flint’s Powder, Shot etc. (in Order To Supply Them With Twenty – Three Rounds Per Man), Which Came From Fairlamb
***( 1750 – 1795 ) Also Chester County ( It’s Good To Have All The Signers In One Area ) Served On Several Revolutionary Committees & was Major Of The 3rd Pennsylvania Battalion,

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