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1776 Continental Currency Coin "american Congress, We Are One" For Sale
Continental currency coin with date 1776 on it. Not silver, unsure of metal, maybe pewter? Unusual looking coin. Probably a kid's toy from a game or something.
On May-22-13 at 12:24:34 PDT, seller added the following information:
I had a friend weigh the coin and it weighs about 17 grams. I have also added more photos.
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1776 Continental Currency Coin "american Congress, We Are One":
Genuine French Revolution Assignat 10 Sous Bank Notes January 4, 1792 Serie:987 1785 Connecticut Treasury 25 Pounds William Danielson Clough Signed J Lawrence 1777 Pennsylvania 3 Pence Colonial Currency Note Pmg Fine 15 Net Fr-cc-22 2/3 Two Thirds Dollary Continental Currency February 17th, 1776 F/vf 1775 November $ 7 Continental Currency Sharp Note Affordable Colonial History Continental Congress. September 26, 1778. Thirty Dollars. Crisp Very Fine. Continental Congress. November 29, 1775. Three Dollars. Very Fine. Continental Congress. May 9, 1776. Seven Dollars. Crisp Very Fine+. Continental Congress. February 17, 1776. Seven Dollars. Choice Very Fine. Colonial Currency. Virginia. May 5, 1777. Eight Dollars. Choice Crisp Ef