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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of October 16, 1780 series of Virginia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 6 distinct entries with CPG® values between $163.00 and $1,020.00.
£6,000,000 ($18,000,000) with the right of the officials to increase to £10,000,000 the amount of legal tender Treasury Bills redeemable by Dec. 30, 1790 a $1 specie for $40 in bills pursuant to two Oct. 16, 1780 Acts. Legal tender status was terminated at the May 1781 Session. Printed on very thin paper with denominations spelled out on the back and which show through into open border areas on the front. Two control letters above text. Misspellings are deliberate and constitute secret marks. Signers were J. Hopkins, John Lyne, J.M. Simmons, Bolling Stark, and James Turner. Three signers on bills.

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  Issue of October 16, 1780 Value Range Favorite
Issue of October 16, 1780 Value Range  
Oct 16, 1780 $50 Virginia (Fr. VA191)
$163.00
-
$390
$163.00 - $390
Oct 16, 1780 $100 Virginia (Fr. VA192)
$195.00
-
$780
$195.00 - $780
Oct 16, 1780 $200 Virginia (Fr. VA193)
$163.00
-
$520
$163.00 - $520
Oct 16, 1780 $300 Virginia (Fr. VA194)
$163.00
-
$845
$163.00 - $845
Oct 16, 1780 $400 Virginia (Fr. VA195)
$195.00
-
$1,020
$195.00 - $1,020
Oct 16, 1780 $500 Virginia (Fr. VA196)
$195.00
-
$650
$195.00 - $650

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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Issue of October 16, 1780 series of Virginia Colonial Currency in the U.S. Currency contains 6 distinct entries with CPG® values between $163.00 and $1,020.00.
£6,000,000 ($18,000,000) with the right of the officials to increase to £10,000,000 the amount of legal tender Treasury Bills redeemable by Dec. 30, 1790 a $1 specie for $40 in bills pursuant to two Oct. 16, 1780 Acts. Legal tender status was terminated at the May 1781 Session. Printed on very thin paper with denominations spelled out on the back and which show through into open border areas on the front. Two control letters above text. Misspellings are deliberate and constitute secret marks. Signers were J. Hopkins, John Lyne, J.M. Simmons, Bolling Stark, and James Turner. Three signers on bills.

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