Pennsylvania Framed Colonial Currency
Colonial currency, an historic image and a brief history of colonial money are all highlighted in this unique collector's piece. The currency featured an original Pennsylvania fourpence from April 10, 1777.
This framed, authenticated original currency from Pennsylvania during the American Revolution has been encapsulated in archival grade mylar and can be easily removed at any time. This method prevents any tapes, glues or adhesives coming in contact with the note, which can damage and decrease the value of the currency note. The note has been double matted with 100% museum grade cotton rag matting and backing with a final protective archival grade layer of coroplast. The glass is 99% UV filtering. Thus, the materials and techniques are in this frame conforms to museum level framing standards by the Fine Art Trade Guild of London England.
Framed size 19 ½” x 12 ½”.