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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of 1762 series of Georgia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 17 distinct entries with CPG® values between $1,250.00 and $4,810.00.
£7,410 sterling in legal tender Bills of Credit authorized by the May 1, 1760 Act and approved by the Crown on July 2, 1761. The £4,400 of the 1755 issue remaining in circulation was called for exchange by Feb. 17, 1762. Worn bills were to be replaced at the rate of £200 per year. The life of the General Loan Authority was first renewed to 1769 and later to 1776 along with £6,500 of the currency. By the Sept. 16, 1777 Act the General Loan Authority was liquidated. Bills of 2s6d and under are typeset in an ornamented rectangular denomination box. Bills of 2s and under are small in size and undated. Engraved plates for the 1755 issue were modified by changing the date in the text and in the vignette to 1762 and reused for large bills. Other bills dated 1762 are typeset with vignettes on the 5s and over. Signers were Francis Harris, Clement Martin, James E. Powell, James Read, Edmund Tannatt, Alexander Wylly, and Henry Yonge. There were three signers on bills of 2s and under, and four signers on bills up through 3s6d and five signers for 5s and over.

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  Issue of 1762 Value Range Favorite
Issue of 1762 Value Range  
1762 2d Georgia (Fr. GA27)
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1762 3d Georgia (Fr. GA28)
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1762 4d Georgia (Fr. GA29)
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1762 6d Georgia (Fr. GA30)
-
 
1762 9d Georgia (Fr. GA31)
-
 
1762 1s Georgia (Fr. GA32)
-
 
1762 1s3d Georgia (Fr. GA33)
-
 
1762 1s6d Georgia (Fr. GA34)
$1,250
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$1,250
$1,250 - $1,250

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1762 2s Georgia (Fr. GA35)
-
 
1762 2s6d Georgia (Fr. GA36)
$1,250
-
$1,250
$1,250 - $1,250
1762 3s Georgia (Fr. GA37)
-
 
1762 3s6d Georgia (Fr. GA38)
-
 
1762 4s Georgia (Fr. GA39)
-
 
1762 5s Georgia (Fr. GA40)
$4,810
-
$4,810
$4,810 - $4,810
1762 10s Georgia, Ship (Fr. GA41b)
$1,750
-
$1,750
$1,750 - $1,750
1762 20s Georgia, Horse (Fr. GA42a)
-
 
1762 20s Georgia, Woman Threader (Fr. GA42b)
-
 
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of 1762 series of Georgia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 17 distinct entries with CPG® values between $1,250.00 and $4,810.00.
£7,410 sterling in legal tender Bills of Credit authorized by the May 1, 1760 Act and approved by the Crown on July 2, 1761. The £4,400 of the 1755 issue remaining in circulation was called for exchange by Feb. 17, 1762. Worn bills were to be replaced at the rate of £200 per year. The life of the General Loan Authority was first renewed to 1769 and later to 1776 along with £6,500 of the currency. By the Sept. 16, 1777 Act the General Loan Authority was liquidated. Bills of 2s6d and under are typeset in an ornamented rectangular denomination box. Bills of 2s and under are small in size and undated. Engraved plates for the 1755 issue were modified by changing the date in the text and in the vignette to 1762 and reused for large bills. Other bills dated 1762 are typeset with vignettes on the 5s and over. Signers were Francis Harris, Clement Martin, James E. Powell, James Read, Edmund Tannatt, Alexander Wylly, and Henry Yonge. There were three signers on bills of 2s and under, and four signers on bills up through 3s6d and five signers for 5s and over.

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