1780-1782 State of Connecticut Revolutionary War Soldier Bond


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Own an authentic American Revolutionary War Bond issued over 240 years ago! From 1780 to 1782, the state of Connecticut issued them to its soldiers as future payment for their continued commitment in the fight for independence. On the front is the handwritten name of the soldier it is made out to and the signature of John Lawrence, Connecticut’s treasurer. On the back is the soldier’s name, plus his signature. The hole indicates the note was converted to gold, silver or a bill of credit. As we get ready to celebrate America’s 250th anniversary, add this important issue to your paper currency collection. But our supply is very limited, so don’t wait to place your order!