Published December 28, 2006
by Yale University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
: New York's Colonial Currency () by Michener, Ronald and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. New York Currency Aug An emission of $, (£,) in legal tender bills of credit payable in Spanish milled dollars or the same value in gold or silver. This is a "Novelty Copy" of a Colonial United States Bank Note. (COPY) Issuer: State of New York / Printed by Samuel Loudon Denom.: Ten Dollars / Date: Aug. 13, / Serial number: Reverse printing: Ten Spanish Milled Dollars or Value in Gold or Silver "Tis death to counterfeit" / Size: 4 3/8" by 2 3/4". Colonial currency is a fairly static target. They don't make them that way anymore. You don't need a new book every few years. As expected for a page reference book you get a lot for your money. There are plenty of fact presentations, pictures, and price s:
Carolina authorized an emission and in , New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey began issuing their own currencies, soon thereafter paper money was circulating in most colonies. Bills of Credit Colonial paper notes functioned as currency but actually they were bills of credit, that is, short-term public loans to the government. Get the best deals on US Colonial Currency when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items New Jersey Colonial Currency. $1, or Best Offer. FAST 'N FREE. 40 Shillings Connecticut Currency 7/1/75 CU - SKU# $ Free shipping. Colonial Currency | Kagin's Inc. Menu. Search. Search. Advanced Search FR. NY 8 Shillings Mar. 5, New York Colonial Currency PCGS 67 PPQ. Add to Wish List. $2, Add to Cart. FR. RI $7 July 2, Rhode Island Colonial PMG 66 EPQ Don's New Book! Treasury Notes of By Donald H. Kagin, Ph.D. Available Now! Colonial Paper Money Values. Colonial currency is the generic name given to any paper money printed by a state or government body in the United States before Some colonial money was actually printed after the United States was formed. So the term colonial can be inaccurate sometimes. Colonial money was printed by fourteen different states.
The currency of the American colonies, – a study in colonial finance and imperial relations. Dissertations in American economic history. New York: Arno Press, ISBN Ernst, Joseph Albert. Money and politics in America, – a study in the Currency act of and the political economy of revolution. Chapel. An exhibit featuring hundreds of examples of colonial paper currency with supplementary sections on colonial lottery tickets and fiscal documents. Currency examples range from the Louisiana issues to the fractional currency privately emitted in the 's during the copper panic. A $55 note from (Photo: Beyond My Ken/CC BY-SA ) With Harriet Tubman coming to the American $20 bill, and other changes being made to the look of money in the United States, the design of. In the mid-Atlantic colonies of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, where land offices were most successful, the interest from these loans provided colonial governments.