PMG Registry – Featuring US Continental Currency

Posted on 7/21/2020

This month’s featured set belongs to ColonialMoneyMan.

This month, we feature a Continental Currency, One-Per-Session Set that offers a comprehensive representation of the creatively diverse and beautiful currency during the colonial period of the United States. You may view his collection here: Not Worth a Continental - One Per Emission.

$3 Continental Currency, Fr#CC-13, November 29, 1775,
graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQ
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Despite the fact that he just started this set in fall of 2019, ColonialMoneyMan has worked hard to expand his set with the most recent additions in June 2020. He really goes and above and beyond with his extensive set introduction, a fact-filled yet concise description of the various currencies during such a tumultuous time in US history. Check out his gallery; it is certainly worth your time. Not only has ColonialMoneyMan uploaded images for all his notes, he has also provided interesting details for each note, including emission numbers, signature authors, and much more! There are even Latin translations for those inquiring minds. It is a numismatic slice of history for our viewing pleasure. Thank you, ColonialMoneyMan for your support and for sharing your remarkable PMG collection. We look forward to what future updates come next!

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