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How To Identify Counterfeit Colonial Currency

If you have a note from the state below and it matches the listed serial number, then what you have is a reproduction.  Authentic colonial currency was printed on very thick paper.  Fake colonial currency was printed on very thin brown and brittle paper.

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Continental Currency              $20      Sept 26, 1778      # 270350

Connecticut                             10 Shilling      June 1, 1770      # 11259

Delaware                                 5 Shilling      Jan 1, 1776      # 62101

Georgia                                   $4      Sept 10, 1777      # 2991 & # 19567

Maryland                                 $8      Apr 10, 1774      # 14020

Massachusetts                         $8      May 5, 1780      # 25480

New Hampshire                      30 Shilling      Aug 24, 1778      # 992

                                                $7                 Aug 29, 1780      # 1702 or # A702

New Jersey                              18 Pence      Mar 25, 1776      # 8418

New York                               5 Pounds      Feb 16, 1771      # 24323

                                                $10              Aug 13, 1776      # ????

North Carolina                        $4      Aug 8, 1778      # 126 or # 146

Pennsylvania                           15 Shilling      Oct 1, 1773      # 5520

Rhode Island                          $3      July 2, 1780      # 2298

South Carolina                        5 Shilling      Apr 10, 1778      # 640

                                                $8                Oct 9, 1776        # [none]

Virginia                                   $250      Mar 1, 1771      # 1165