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The Issue of June 30, 1748 series of South Carolina Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 10 distinct entries.
£106,500 in engraved indented legal tender Bills of Credit authorized by the May 20, 1748 Act and issued to exchange for all outstanding bills of prior issues. Denominations of £1 and below are smaller than the higher denominations. Signers were William Bull, Jr., William Cattell, Jr., John Dart, Branfill Evance, David Hext, Isaac Mazyck, and William Pinckney. An attempt to establish a General Loan Office to secure an issue of bills pursuant to an Act of May 29, 1746 had been disapproved by England. The engraved copper plate for the £1 exists and the plate for the £10 may exist.

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Issue of June 30, 1748 Value Range  
Jun 30, 1748 2s6d South Carolina (Fr. SC53)
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Jun 30, 1748 5s South Carolina (Fr. SC54)
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Jun 30, 1748 6s3d South Carolina (Fr. SC55)
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Jun 30, 1748 7s6d South Carolina (Fr. SC56)
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Jun 30, 1748 10s South Carolina (Fr. SC57)
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Jun 30, 1748 £1 South Carolina (Fr. SC58)
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Jun 30, 1748 £2 South Carolina (Fr. SC59)
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Jun 30, 1748 £5 South Carolina (Fr. SC60)
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Jun 30, 1748 £10 South Carolina (Fr. SC61)
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Jun 30, 1748 £20 South Carolina (Fr. SC62)
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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Issue of June 30, 1748 series of South Carolina Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 10 distinct entries.
£106,500 in engraved indented legal tender Bills of Credit authorized by the May 20, 1748 Act and issued to exchange for all outstanding bills of prior issues. Denominations of £1 and below are smaller than the higher denominations. Signers were William Bull, Jr., William Cattell, Jr., John Dart, Branfill Evance, David Hext, Isaac Mazyck, and William Pinckney. An attempt to establish a General Loan Office to secure an issue of bills pursuant to an Act of May 29, 1746 had been disapproved by England. The engraved copper plate for the £1 exists and the plate for the £10 may exist.

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