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How much are my Issue of September 26, 1778 worth?

About Issue of September 26, 1778

$75,001,080 in Continental Currency was authorized by nine separate Resolutions passed between Sept. 26, 1778 and July 17, 1779, a large portion being authorized and issued simultaneously with the Jan. 14, 1779 issue. The new $50 and $60 denominations have new emblems designed by Francis Hopkinson and new border cuts. New back designs were prepared by the nature printing process consisting of miniature archery items on a cloth background. Similar in style to the previous issue, but with different typeset ornaments on the back borders. These bills passed at about 22% of stated specie value when first issued. Counterfeit detector sheets are on blue paper.

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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Currency $5 (Fr. CC79)

Worth: $68.00 - $3,130
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $7 (Fr. CC80)

Worth: $54.00 - $1,150
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $8 (Fr. CC81)

Worth: $54.00 - $650
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $20 (Fr. CC82)

Worth: $54.00 - $1,250
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Currency $30 (Fr. CC83)

Worth: $101.00 - $10,000
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $40 (Fr. CC84)

Worth: $101.00 - $10,000
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $50 (Fr. CC85)

Worth: $101.00 - $10,000
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Sep 26, 1778 Continental Congress $60 (Fr. CC86)

Worth: $101.00 - $10,000
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