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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of June 8, 1777 series of Georgia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 25 distinct entries with CPG® values between $455.00 and $5,630.00.
Typeset Certificates payable in Continental Currency instead of Spanish dollars when Georgia exchange was 155.8 for 100 in specie. Issued pursuant to the June 8, 1777 Resolution to support troops, etc. Denominations of $4/s and under are printed in black and are slightly smaller than the higher denominations, which are printed in red and black. Because of alignment difficulty in printing the red portion of the sixth line of the first group of certificates of $1 and over, the type was reset so that the sixth line would be only four words long and would be printed entirely in red. Red circular seals appeared on $1 through $4 denominations and dark blue circular seals on $5 through $8. Portions of a large decorative watermark are visible in the paper of some bills. Signers were Edward Langworthy, William O’Bryen, Nehemiah Wade, Joseph Wood and Richard Wylly. The $3/4 denomination and under have two signatures; $4/5 has three; $1 has three or four; and the others have five.

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  Issue of June 8, 1777 Value Range Favorite
Issue of June 8, 1777 Value Range  
Jun 8, 1777 $1/10 (6d) Georgia (Fr. GA94)
$1,630
-
$1,630
$1,630 - $1,630
Jun 8, 1777 $1/5 (1s) Georgia (Fr. GA95)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $1/4 (1s3d) Georgia (Fr. GA96)
$715
-
$715
$715 - $715
Jun 8, 1777 $1/3 (1s8d) Georgia (Fr. GA97)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $2/5 (2s) Georgia (Fr. GA98)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $1/2 (1s6d) Georgia (Fr. GA99)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $2/3 (3s4d) Georgia (Fr. GA100)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $3/4 (3s9d) Georgia (Fr. GA101)
$455
-
$1,500
$455 - $1,500

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Jun 8, 1777 $4/5 (4s) Georgia (Fr. GA102)
$1,020
-
$1,020
$1,020 - $1,020
Jun 8, 1777 $1 Georgia (Fr. GA103a)
$1,250
-
$1,250
$1,250 - $1,250
Jun 8, 1777 $1 Georgia (Fr. GA103b)
$1,150
-
$1,150
$1,150 - $1,150
Jun 8, 1777 $2 Georgia (Fr. Ga104a)
$520
-
$2,500
$520 - $2,500
Jun 8, 1777 $2 Georgia (Fr. GA104b)
$1,150
-
$1,150
$1,150 - $1,150
Jun 8, 1777 $3 Georgia (Fr. GA105a)
$2,310
-
$2,310
$2,310 - $2,310
Jun 8, 1777 $3 Georgia (Fr. GA105b)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $4 Georgia (Fr. GA106a)
$1,250
-
$1,880
$1,250 - $1,880
Jun 8, 1777 $4 Georgia (Fr. GA106b)
$910
-
$910
$910 - $910
Jun 8, 1777 $5 Georgia (Fr. GA107a)
$975
-
$2,060
$975 - $2,060
Jun 8, 1777 $5 Georgia (Fr. GA107b)
$910
-
$910
$910 - $910
Jun 8, 1777 $6 Georgia (Fr. GA108a)
-
 
Jun 8, 1777 $6 Georgia (Fr. GA108b)
$1,020
-
$1,020
$1,020 - $1,020
Jun 8, 1777 $7 Georgia (Fr. GA109a)
$2,250
-
$2,250
$2,250 - $2,250
Jun 8, 1777 $7 Georgia (Fr. GA109b)
$1,020
-
$1,020
$1,020 - $1,020

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Jun 8, 1777 $8 Georgia (Fr. GA110a)
$5,630
-
$5,630
$5,630 - $5,630
Jun 8, 1777 $8 Georgia (Fr. GA110b)
$2,630
-
$2,630
$2,630 - $2,630
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of June 8, 1777 series of Georgia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 25 distinct entries with CPG® values between $455.00 and $5,630.00.
Typeset Certificates payable in Continental Currency instead of Spanish dollars when Georgia exchange was 155.8 for 100 in specie. Issued pursuant to the June 8, 1777 Resolution to support troops, etc. Denominations of $4/s and under are printed in black and are slightly smaller than the higher denominations, which are printed in red and black. Because of alignment difficulty in printing the red portion of the sixth line of the first group of certificates of $1 and over, the type was reset so that the sixth line would be only four words long and would be printed entirely in red. Red circular seals appeared on $1 through $4 denominations and dark blue circular seals on $5 through $8. Portions of a large decorative watermark are visible in the paper of some bills. Signers were Edward Langworthy, William O’Bryen, Nehemiah Wade, Joseph Wood and Richard Wylly. The $3/4 denomination and under have two signatures; $4/5 has three; $1 has three or four; and the others have five.

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