U.S. Colonial Currency Dealer Newsletter
A necessity for dealers, investors & serious collectors of U.S. bank notes.
The collecting of United States Colonial paper money goes back more than 150 years, and presents collectors an extraordinarily diverse field to study and research. This genre covers all paper money issued by the thirteen colonies and other state legislators, in addition to the Continental Congress. In the modern era, the interest – and by extension, the market – for Colonial paper money has expanded significantly. The first modern, comprehensive reference work written by Eric P. Newman in the 1960s opened the field up to a much larger audience, who could now collect in a methodical way. Fast forward another 30 years, and the advent of third-party currency grading made collecting these notes safer and more trustworthy.
In step with the wider field of paper money, this increase in the collector base and demand has caused Colonial paper money to steadily increase in value. Prior to this Greensheet Colonial Supplement, there was no regularly updated price guide for these notes. Dealers and collectors can now access market relevant pricing data rather than relying on books that may have been published years ago.
This Supplement covers all officially issued notes from the Continental Congress, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia.
The Colonial Currency Greensheet Supplement subscription package includes: 2 semi-annual issues each year, as well as
online and smartphone access to pricing data.
Digital Access to the publication is only available via the greysheet.com web site and the Greysheet app for iOS and Android. Digital access does not include the ability to download the publication for archival purposes.