Continental Army Connecticut Line Bond

Inv# CT1000   Bond
Continental Army Connecticut Line Bond
State(s): Connecticut
Years: 1780-82
CT1000. 1780-82 Bond issued to a soldier in the Connecticut Line of the Continental Army Payable-in Gold or Silver or Bills of Credit. Given to soldiers. Notes show some wear as they were held for 6 to 8 years. Interest at back for each of these years. Signed John Lawrence Treasurer and by the Soldier on redemption. Hole cancelled. Historic!!! Usual Condition showing fold separations. Very Good to Fine. $100.00

CT1000a. Nicer than normal without separations. Fine to Very Fine Condition. $125.00

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