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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of April 10, 1778 series of South Carolina Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 8 distinct entries with CPG® values between $101.00 and $3,000.00.
£100,000 in legal tender Lawful Money was authorized by General Assembly on Mar. 28, 1778 with the right of the president and Council to issue an additional $1,000,000. Printed on thin paper from engraved copper plates, the plate for the 20s still being in existence. Signers were John Beale, William Burrows, Jr., Macartan Cambell, Henry Crouch, William H. Gibbes, Thomas Inglis, Nicholas Langford, William Mathews, John Neufville, Jr., John Peronneau, Charles Pinckney, Jr., Thomas Radcliffe, Jr., Jacob Read, William Roper, and Jonathan Sarrazin.

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  Issue of April 10, 1778 Value Range Favorite
Issue of April 10, 1778 Value Range  
Apr 10, 1778 2s6d South Carolina (Fr. SC145)
$195.00
-
$2,500
$195.00 - $2,500
Apr 10, 1778 3s9d South Carolina (Fr. SC146)
$163.00
-
$2,750
$163.00 - $2,750
Apr 10, 1778 5s South Carolina (Fr. SC147)
$101.00
-
$2,750
$101.00 - $2,750
Apr 10, 1778 7s6d South Carolina (Fr. SC148)
$520
-
$1,380
$520 - $1,380
Apr 10, 1778 10s South Carolina (Fr. SC149)
$101.00
-
$1,500
$101.00 - $1,500
Apr 10, 1778 15s South Carolina (Fr. SC150)
$520
-
$3,000
$520 - $3,000
Apr 10, 1778 20s South Carolina (Fr. SC151)
$390
-
$1,750
$390 - $1,750
Apr 10, 1778 30s South Carolina (Fr. SC152)
$325
-
$1,020
$325 - $1,020

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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of April 10, 1778 series of South Carolina Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 8 distinct entries with CPG® values between $101.00 and $3,000.00.
£100,000 in legal tender Lawful Money was authorized by General Assembly on Mar. 28, 1778 with the right of the president and Council to issue an additional $1,000,000. Printed on thin paper from engraved copper plates, the plate for the 20s still being in existence. Signers were John Beale, William Burrows, Jr., Macartan Cambell, Henry Crouch, William H. Gibbes, Thomas Inglis, Nicholas Langford, William Mathews, John Neufville, Jr., John Peronneau, Charles Pinckney, Jr., Thomas Radcliffe, Jr., Jacob Read, William Roper, and Jonathan Sarrazin.

Catalog Detail