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1790 dated Receipt of Lawful Money from Ralph Pomeroy - Connecticut - American Revolutionary War

Inv# CT1020   Paper Money
Years: 1790
Color: Black Print

Showing receipt from Ralph Pomeroy, Comptroller. Lawful Money in Certificates; being for the Interest on State Notes, Hartford-1789. Various amounts and signed by payee. Crisp Uncirculated.

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Price: $55.00