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Colonial America
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8341 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $2.00, November 29th, 1775, emblem of a hand, flail and grain, Motto: "Tribulatio ditat" [suffering is enriching], VF/F, sharp obverse, bold signatures....................................................$250.00



4230 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $5.00, November 29th, 1775, emblem of a hand gathering food bleeding after being pricked by thorns, SUSTINE VEL ABSTINE, "Survive or abstain", nature print on verso leaves of betony and sage, un-circulated...............
$395.00


4231 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $6.00, November 29th, 1775, emblem, Beaver gnawing a tree, motto: "Perserverando" [by perseverance], bold signatures, crisp uncirculated.......................$375.00



8335 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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$1/6 of a dollar, February 17th, 1776, Philadelphia, Frame C, Fugio sundial design, reverse chain of 13 colonies, nice even wear to both sides, bold print, VG-Fine for type.....................................................SOLD



8336 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $1/6 of a dollar, February 17th, 1776, Philadelphia, Frame A, Fugio sundial design, reverse chain of 13 colonies, Good, clear details.............................................
SOLD


8337 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $1/3 of a dollar, February 17th, 1776, Philadelphia, Frame A, Fugio sundial design, reverse chain of 13 colonies, VG/G....................................$100.00


8338 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $1/2 of a dollar, February 17th, 1776, Philadelphia, Frame B, Fugio sundial design, reverse chain of 13 colonies, Very good light stain............................................
SOLD


8339 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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$2/3 of a dollar, February 17th, 1776, Philadelphia, Frame B, Fugio sundial design, reverse chain of 13 colonies, very good................................SOLD

8343 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item 8 dollars, May 9th, 1776, emblem of a harp with 13 strings, Motto: "Majora minorbus consonant," [The major sounds in harmony with the minor], nice bright very fine, strong signatures, #96143, a very popular note signifying the 13 colonies in harmony with one another both big and small..........................................$275.00


8345 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $7.00, November 2nd, 1776, emblem of a storm scene, Motto: "Serenabit," [It will pass], VF/F...........................................$165.00

8346 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $8.00, November 2nd, 1776, emblem of a harp with 13 strings, Motto: "Majora minorbus consonant," [The major sounds in harmony with the minor[, nice bright VF+, strong signatures, a very popular note signifying the 13 colonies in harmony with one another both big and small...............................$350.00

8347 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $3.00, February 26th, 1777, emblem Eagle attacking a stork, Motto: "Exitus in dubio est," [The outcome is questionable], issued in BALTIMORE after Congress fled Philadelphia, very scarce, light stain, overall fine..............................................SOLD

8348 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $6.00, February 26th, 1777, emblem, Beaver gnawing a tree, Motto: "Perserverando" [by perseverance] issued in BALTIMORE after Congress fled Philadelphia, very scarce, EF/VF, strong signatures, really nice obverse.................................................$295.00

3427 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $6.00, FEBRUARY 26TH, 1777, Emblem of a Beaver cutting down a tree, Latin motto "by perseverance," nature print on verso is a buttercup, extremely fine, an exceptionally nice note and one of the most popular of the emblems...............................$325.00


4232 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $30.00, February 26th, 1777, issued at Baltimore, MD. Emblem of a wreath on a tomb, Latin motto, SI RECTE FACIES, "If you act righteously, two emblem on verso, sun shining on a sailing ship, very fine+, scarcer issue issued at Baltimore............................................
$350.00


8350 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, New Item $4.00, April 11th, 1778, Vignette of boar and spear, Motto: Aut mors aut vita decora," [Either death or life with honor]. Issued in YORK, PA after Congress fled Philadelphia, frame changed to "United States." Fine, extremely rare issue and quite moderately priced as these go out of sight at auctions..........................$450.00


8352 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
New Item $5.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem hand and seedling, Motto, "Sustine vel abstine," [Sustine or abstine], nice fine..............................................$145.00

8353 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $5.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem hand and seedling, Motto, "Sustine vel abstine," [Sustine or abstine], printed on blue paper used as a counterfeit detector to compare with suspected bills, VF+/Fine, apparently had seen some circulation although unsigned as all detectors are, huge bottom from the bottom of a sheet.......................................................$135.00


4231 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $8.00, emblem of a harp with 13 strings, September 26th, 1778, MAJORI MINORIBOS CONSORANI, the larger colonies in harmony with the smaller colonies, nature print on verso of feverfew leaves, about un-circulated................................
$375.00


8354 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $20.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of sea and wind, Motto: "Vi Concitatae" [Driven by violence], very fine............................$250.00


4233 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $40.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of Rays from an all Seeing Eye shining down on 13 stars of the confederation carrot leaves on verso, about un-circulated, sharp, scarcer and popular issue...............................................
$375.00


8355 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $50.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of a pyramid, Motto: "Perennius" [Everlasting]. Very fine.................................................$200.00

8356 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $50.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of a pyramid, Motto: "Perennius" [Everlasting]. British sponsored counterfeit printed on soft paper, diamond shaped cut out cancellation, top edge rough due to the soft paper but overall the note is very fine...........................................................$75.00

8357 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $50.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of a pyramid, Motto: "Perennius" [Everlasting]. Counterfeit detector printed on blue paper, very good, tip rounded, scarce detector......................................................$85.00

8358 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $50.00, September 26th, 1778, emblem of a pyramid, Motto: "Perennius" [Everlasting]. Counterfeit detector printed on blue paper, very good, tip rounded, scarce detector, incorrectly signed and saw circulation, then X ed out, unusual..................................................$75.00

52809 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $60, September 26th, 1778, the emblem on the front shows a celestial orb with the motto from Psalm 97: "Deus regnat exultet terra" (God resigns, let the earth rejoice). The nature print on the back is of a bow. Paper contains blue threads and mica flakes. Extremely fine, bold signatures.....................................................
$325.00

52807 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $5.00, January 14th, 1779, emblem of hand reaching through thorns bleeding. The motto is, Sustine Vel Abstine, which may be rendered, bear with me, or let me alone; or thus, either support or leave me. The bush is supposed to mean America, the bleeding hand Britain. Would to God that bleeding were stopped, the wounds of that hand healed, and its future operations directed by wisdom and equity; so shall the hawthorn flourish, and form a hedge around it, annoying with her thorns only its invading enemies. The emblem on the front shows a thirteen-stepped pyramid, with the motto: "Perennis" (Everlasting). The nature print on the back depicts three arrows. Paper contains blue threads and mica flakes. Both Jedediah and Joseph Snowden signed this issue. Near un-circulated, crisp paper, red overprint..........................................$325.00


8359 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $35.00, January 14th, 1779, emblem of a plow and grain, Motto: "Hinc Opes," [hence our wealth], new frames printed in red and black, EF.......................$295.00


3428 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $35.00, JANUARY 14TH, 1779
, red overprint, emblem of a plow in a field, "hence our wealth," nature print on verso two willows, very fine....................................................
$225.00


3429 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $45.00, JANUARY 14TH, 1779
, emblem of a Beehive protected by a shed, "Let the Nation Flourish," red overprint, nature print on verso is ground ivy, F - VF...........................
$165.00


52808 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
, $50.00, January 14th, 1779, the emblem on the front shows a thirteen-stepped pyramid, with the motto: "Perennis" (Everlasting), 13 steps for the 13 colonies showing their strength and unity together, Reverse parsley leaves, Crisp Uncirculated, red overprint.................................................
SOLD

8361 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $55.00, January 14th, 1779, #103146, printed in red and black, emblem of clearing skies, Motto: "Post nubile Phoebus," [after the clouds com sunshine], nice EF with nice color..................................................$285.00


8362 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
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New Item $55.00, January 14th, 1779, #99523, printed in red and black, emblem of clearing skies, Motto: "Post nubile Phoebus," [after the clouds com sunshine], EF with nice color...............................................$265.00

8363 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $60.00, January 14th, 1779, emblem of a globe of the world, Motto: "Deus Regnat Exultet Terra," [The Lord reigns, let the world rejoice], EF, strong signatures.............................................$295.00


3430 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, $65.00, JANUARY 14TH, 1779
, emblem of a hand holding a balance scale, "Let Justice be done," red overprint, nature print on verso, is Parsley leaves. Very fine.......................................................
$225.00

8364 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCYNew Item $70.00, January 14th, 1779, emblem of a tree in the wind, red and black print, Motto: "Vim procellararum quadrennium sustinuit," [For four years it has sustained the force of the storms], fine, two tips slightly rounded......$175.00

8365 - CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, New Item $80.00, January 14th, 1779, emblem of the great tree, red and black print, Motto: "Et in secula seculorum florecebit," [It will flourish forever and ever], very good...........................................$110.00

PHOTOS OF CONTINENTAL CURRENCY UPON REGUEST



8314 - COLONY OF CONNECTICUT
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New Item 2 Pence, October 11th, 1777, blue paper, very fine CC........................................................$100.00



8327 - COLONY OF DELAWARE
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New Item 18 Pence, January 1st, 1776, popular 1776 date, fine............................................$100.00


3422 - COLONY OF DELAWARE
, 20 Shillings, dated 1776, coat of arms, "To Counterfeit is Death," wide borders, some usual age tone, EF - AU, crisp paper. Scarce in high grade...........................................................
$295.00




3423 - COLONY OF DELAWARE
, 20 Shillings, dated 1776, coat of arms, "To Counterfeit is Death," some usual age tone, EF - AU, crisp paper. Scarce in high grade..............................................
$295.00



8328 - COLONY OF DELAWARE
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New Item 2 Shillings 6 Pence, May 1st, 1777, crest of the state, strong signatures, fine...........................................$125.00



32201 - COLONY OF DELAWARE, 1777, 20 SHILLINGS
, Seal to upper center, "To Counterfeit is death," printed by James Adams, well struck example with good signatures, Lockwood and Clarke signers. Very fine or better. Scarce...........................................
$195.00


8300 - COLONY OF GEORGIA, 1776, $4.00, Maroon-Orange emblem of the Liberty Cap, LIBERTAS CARIOR AURO, signed by Edward Telfair, Peter Bard, William Ewen, William O'Bryan, and William Gibbons. Printed in red and black. Good signatures, old repairs at edges, strong signatures, a very affordable Georgia issue................................................SOLD

71803 - GEORGIA, 1776, 4 Spanish Milled Dollars. Blue emblem of the "Liberty cap", Motto in Latin "Freedom is more precious than gold", full and bold seal, choice very fine + with good signatures. Ex Heritage auction..............$2,150.00

8301 - COLONY OF GEORGIA, 1777, $1.00, Issued for the support of the Continental troops and other expenses of the government, [September 10th, 1777 issue], bright red seal, Justice standing, SUSTINE RECTUM, archival repair at bottom, signatures light but evident. Light soiling, a very affordable Georgia note...............................................SOLD

71804 - GEORGIA, September 10th, 1777, Seven Dollars. Blue seal of Liberty cap and cornucopia, Latin motto, "Freedom is more precious than gold", note shows little actual wear, EF +, some slight ink burn at one signature. Printed for the support of the Continental troops..............................................$1,295.00

211 - GEORGIA, $20.00, May 4th, 1778, Rattlesnake emblem, note is very fine, nice blue seal, signatures weak, but evident..........................$1,200.00


8305 - COLONY OF MARYLAND
, 2/3 of a dollar, December 75th, 1775, good clear details...................................................
SOLD


8309 - COLONY OF MARYLAND
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New Item $8.00, December 7th, 1775, fine to very fine, nice bold signatures...............................................$100.00


8316 - COLONY OF MASSACHUSETTS
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4 Shillings, 6 Pence, October 10th, 1778, Pillows and Codfish, Engraved by Paul Revere, Pine Tree on verso. Very Good, light stains, a "Revere" note that is moderately priced............................................SOLD

8317 - COLONY OF MASSACHUSETTS, New Item $7.00, May 5th, 1780, red and black print, signed by Rev. War Colonel Loammi Baldwin. In 1774 Baldwin enlisted in a regiment, and commanded the Woburn militia at the Battle of Lexington and Concord as a major. He is recorded as having described the events of April 19, 1775 as follows "We mustered as fast as possible. The Town turned out extraordinary, and proceeded toward Lexington." As a major at the time he continues "I rode along a little before the main body, and when I was night Jacob Reed's (at present Durenville) I heard a great firing; proceeded on, soon heard that the Regulars had fired upon Lexington people and killed a large number of them. We proceeded on as fast as possible and came to Lexington and saw about eight or ten dead and numbers wounded." He then, with the rest from Woburn, proceeded to Concord by way of Lincoln meeting house, ascended a hill there, and rested and refreshed themselves a little. Then follows a particular account of the action and of his own experience. He had "several good shots," and proceeded on till coming between the meeting-house and Buckman's tavern at Lexington, with a prisoner before him, the cannon of the British began to play. the balls flying near him, and for safety he retreated back behind the meeting-house, when a ball came through near his head, and he further retreated to a meadow north of the house and lay there and heard the balls in the air and saw them strike the ground. Woburn sent to the field on that day, one hundred and eighty men. At the beginning of the war, he enlisted in the 26th Continental Regiment commanded by Colonel Samuel Gerrish. Here he rapidly advanced to be lieutenant-colonel, and upon Colonel Gerrish's retirement in August 1775, he was placed in command of the regiment, and was soon commissioned colonel. Until the end of 1775, Baldwin and his men remained near Boston, but in April 1776, he was ordered with his command to New York City. He took part in the Battle of Pell's Point on October 18, 1776. On the night of December 25, 1776, in the face of a violent and extremely cold storm of snow and hail, General Washington and his army crossed the Delaware to the New Jersey side, and fought the Battle of Trenton. Baldwin and his regiment participated in both the crossing and the fight. Nice signature, note in VF+ condition, as usual small hole cancelled not effecting signatures.......................................................$150.00

32200 - COLONY OF MASSACHUSETTS, ENGRAVED BY PAUL REVERE, engraved bill for 1779 for Massachusetts State; known as the "Rising Sun" bill emission. On a ribbon scroll at the to is the text "Massachusetts State" beneath is the Number and below that in italics is the value of "5 Shillings 6 Pence." There are two vertical borders of arches to the left and right and central is the text "Shall be paid to the Bearer of this Bill by the 1 day of December 1782 agreeable to an Act of the Gene Court of said State." Beneath is the signature of Jonathan Brown. As well as the value listed again. To the right of the text, border with a line is an image of a sun with sunbursts rising over hills as well as the text "Rising." On the reverse is a pine tree. There is also a double border, one line, the other type ornamental cuts. The value is listed above the image of the tree as "FIVE SHILLINGS AND SIX PENCE." With a line and the place "BOSTON," and year "1779". Beneath, Revere engraved the obverse of the note first. A solid fine, decent borders, strong imprint and signature. RARE..........................$795.00


8318 - COLONY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
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New Item One Pound, [20 Shillings], August 7th, 1740 issued at Portsmouth, NH, April 1st, 1737. Early 19th Century reprint by Cohen with the original copperplates. Not known in an issued note as the plate note in Newman is a Cohen reprint. Light stain at bottom, slight edge repair...........................................................$65.00

8319 - COLONY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Item 30 Shillings, November 3rd, 1775, sone of the scarcer of the New Hampshire issues. The note is intact with bold details with traces of where old scotch tape had been removed leaving a stain. If unstained this note would bring $1000. A great filler for a moderately priced 13 Colony collection for one who does not want a hold cancelled note.....................................................$395.00

8320 - COLONY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, New Item $4.00, April 29th, 1780, printed by Hall & Sellers, hole cancelled as usually found. EF, a most economical New Hampshire issue.......................................................$475.00


8325 - COLONY OF NEW JERSEY
, 18 Pence, March 25th, 1776, red and black note, VF - EF, bright and attractive....................
SOLD

8321 - COLONY OF NEW YORK, New Item Half dollar, September 2nd, 1775, printed by John Holt, seal of New York, repair at top and bottom, overall good, a scarce note..........$79.00



71612 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA
, 2 Shillings, October 1773, red overprint to right, "To Counterfeit is Death", fine..............................$99.00



52801 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA
, 10 Shilling note, October 1st, 1773, three very strong signatures in dark black ink, red overprint, very fine, bold face....................................
$175.00


52802 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA
, 18 Pence, October 1st, 1773, red overprint, Very fine+ very bold signatures including Benjamin Marshall and Reynold Keen. A very attractive note...............................................
$169.00

8323 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA, New Item 8 Shillings, April 10th, 1777, nice bright obverse, new state arms, EF/F, light verso stains, overall very fine.............................................$125.00

8324 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA, New Item 12 Shillings, April 10th, 1777, new state arms, handsome and very desirable red and black note, EF choice...............................................$325.00


52803 - COLONY OF PENNSYLVANIA
, 4 Pence, April 10th, 1777, on the verso is printed "To Counterfeit is death", abt Very fine............................................
$95.00


8313 - COLONY OF RHODE ISLAND
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New Item $4.00, July 2nd, 1780, about uncirculated, choice, red and black............................................$225.00

8333 - COLONY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, New Item 10 Pounds, June 1st, 1775, large note on thin paper, sword in hand vignette, some pinholes minor repairs on verso as usual on these large notes. Overall fine for type 4.5" X 6" note, issued in Charles Town [Charleston].............................................$450.00


52806 - COLONY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
, $6.00, December 3rd, 1776, emblem of a camel, "Death to Counterfeit" on verso, very fine for type, scarce Southern colony #6007.................................................
$425.00


52807 - COLONY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
, $6.00, December 3rd, 1776, emblem of a camel, "Death to Counterfeit" on verso, very fine for type, scarce Southern colony #304.......................................................
$395.00

8334 - COLONY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
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New Item 10 Shillings, April 10th, 1778, emblem of a Palmetto palm to right, some edge chips, mounted contemporarily on a piece of old Colonial newspaper, interesting note that saw quite a bit of Colonial usage...................................$95.00

61900 - COLONY OF VIRGINIA, $8 Spanish Milled Dollars, May 5th, 1777, Virginia Amazon vignette, good for coin of gold and silver, strong signatures, very fine........................................$245.00

8331 - COLONY OF VIRGINIA, New Item 200 Dollars, October 16th, 1780, thin paper issue, some old backing in the two areas, very good, a tough note to find in better condition due to the very thin paper used..........................................$89.00


52813 - COLONY OF VIRGINIA
, $1/3, October 20th, 1777, Virginia Amazon vignette, "Death to Counterfeit", fine, scarce.........................................
$195.00


51300 - INCLUDES A NOTE FROM EACH OF THE ORIGINAL 13 COLONIES, the set includes the following: MARYLAND, $2, 1774, Very fine +, CONNECTICUT, 10 shillings, 1780, EF, sharp signatures, NEW JERSEY, 1776, 1 shilling six pence, red seal, Very fine +, PENNSYLVANIA, 1 shilling, 1776, EF, choice, NORTH CAROLINA, 10 shillings, 1771, Very fine, SOUTH CAROLINA, $4, 1776, sharp very fine, NEW HAMPSHIRE, O cancelled as usual, 1780, $2, about New, GEORGIA, 1776 1/4 of a Spanish Milled Dollar, very fine, VIRGINIA, 1780, $50, EF, RHODA ISLAND, $8, 1780, near un-circulated, NEW YORK, 1776, 3 Spanish milled dollars, DELAWARE, 1777 20 shillings, choice very fine, MASSACHUSETTS, $20, 1780, signed by Loammi Baldwin, Rev. War Colonel, surcharged in red as usual O cancelled, very fine [In 1774 Baldwin enlisted in a regiment, and commanded the Woburn militia at the Battle of Lexington and Concord as a major. He is recorded as having described the events of April 19th, 1775 as follows "We mustered as fast as possible. The Town turned out extraordinary, and proceeded toward Lexington." As a major at the time he continues "I rode along a little before the main body, and when I was nigh Jacob Reed's (at present Durenville) I heard a great firing; proceeded on, soon heard that the Regulars had fired upon Lexington people and killed a large number of them. We proceeded on as fast as possible and came to Lexington and saw about eight or ten dead and numbers wounded." He then, with the rest from Woburn, proceeded to Concord by way of Lincoln meeting house, ascended a hill there, and rested and refreshed themselves a little. Then follows a particular account of the action and of his own experience. He had "several good shots," and proceeded on till coming between the meeting - house and Buckman's tavern at Lexington, with a prisoner before him, the cannon of the British began to play, the balls flying near him, and for safety he retreated back behind the meeting-house, when a ball came through near his head, and he further retreated to a meadow north of the house and lay there and heard the balls in the air and saw them strike the ground. Woburn sent to the field on that day, one hundred and eighty men. At the beginning of the war he enlisted in the 26th Continental Regiment commanded by Colonel Samuel Gerrish. Here he rapidly advanced to be lieutenant-colonel, and upon Colonel Gerrish's retirement in August 1775, he was placed in command of the regiment, and was soon commissioned colonel. Until the end of 1775, Baldwin and his men remained near Boston, but in April 1776, he was ordered with his command to New York City. He took part in the Battle of Pell's Point on October 18th, 1776. On the night of December 25, 1776, in the face of a violent and extremely cold storm of snow and hail, General Washington and his army crossed the Delaware to the New Jersey side, and fought the Battle of Trenton. Baldwin and his regiment participated in both the crossing and the fight, in 1777.] A nice addition to the collection of 13 Colonial Colonies. This set is nicer than the one we recently sold on the site at $3,995. This choice set................SOLD

 



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