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Money - New Hampshire

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Portsmouth, New New Hampshire Bank Note  1729

Copper Printing Plate 1740

New Hampshire 2 Shilling Note  April 3, 1742

New Hampshire COUNTERFEIT 40 Shilling Note  April 3, 1742

New Hampshire COUNTERFEIT 40 Shilling Note  April 3, 1742

Portsmouth, New New Hampshire Bank Note  1743

New Hampshire 20 Shilling / 1 Pound Note February 1744

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Bank Note   1766 (New Hampshire Historical Society)

New Hampshire 20 Shilling Note Revere Copperplate June 20, 1775

New Hampshire 60 Shilling / 3 Pound Note  August 24, 1775

New Hampshire 60 Shilling / 3 Pound Note  August 24, 1775

New Hampshire 40 Shilling / 2 Pound Note November 3, 1775

New Hampshire 40 Shilling / 2 Pound Note November 3, 1775

New Hampshire Copper  1776

New Hampshire 4 Shilling Note June 28, 1776

New Hampshire 4 Dollar Note July 3, 1776

New Hampshire 4 Dollar Note July 3, 1776

New Hampshire 5 Dollar Note July 3, 1776

New Hampshire 5 Dollar Note July 3, 1776

New Hampshire 4 Dollar Note  April 29, 1780

New Hampshire 4 Dollar Note  April 29, 1780

New Hampshire 5 Dollar Note June 28, 1776

New Hampshire 5 Dollar Note June 28, 1776

 Vermont 1 Shilling Note February, 1781

 Vermont 1 Shilling Note February, 1781

New Hampshire 5 Shilling Note February, 1781

New Hampshire 5 Shilling Note February, 1781

New Hampshire 10 Shilling Note February, 1781

New Hampshire 10 Shilling Note February, 1781

 Vermont 1 Shilling 3 Pence Note February, 1781

 Vermont 1 Shilling 3 Pence Note February, 1781

 Vermont 2 Shilling 6 Pence Note Note February, 1781

 Vermont 2 Shilling 6 Pence Note Note February, 1781

 Vermont 20 Shilling Note February, 1781

 Vermont 20 Shilling Note February, 1781

 The Independent Republic of Vermont Vermont Coppers 1785

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