Each an oblong (approximately 3¾ x 8½ in.), accomplished in manuscript, decorative engraved border in left-hand margin printed in black, blue or red ink, left margin preserving original deckle edge, some minor dampstaining, the $600 denomination bill with slightly damaged right edge, otherwise in fine condition. William G. Anderson, The Price of Liberty (Charlottesville, 1983), pp. 88-89. " /> [AMERICAN REVOLUTION]. HOPKINSON, Francis (1737-1791), <I>Signer, New Jersey</I>. Five partly printed documents signed ("Fr.Hopkinson"), Continental Loan Office bills of exchange, 4 of the Pennsylvania and 1 of the New Jersey issue, each constitutung the 2nd bill from a sheet of four, the New Jersey issue in the $24 denomination, the Pennsylvania issues in denominations of $30 (three) and $600 payable to the order of John Bayard, for "Interest due on Money borrowed by the United States," countersigned by Joseph Borden, Thomas Smith and John Bayard, n.p., 29 March 1779 to 26 February 1780. <I>Each an oblong (approximately 3¾ x 8½ in.), accomplished in manuscript, decorative engraved border in left-hand margin printed in black, blue or red ink, left margin preserving original deckle edge, some minor dampstaining, the $600 denomination bill with slightly damaged right edge</I>, otherwise in fine condition. William G. Anderson, <I>The Price of Liberty</I> (Charlottesville, 1983), pp. 88-89. | Christie's