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Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to be redeemed on a 1-for-40 basis. Guaranteed…

Edwin A. Stevens, founder of Stevens Institute of Technology is pictured in the top left corner.

182 eight dollar bills were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to be…

181 bills of seven dollars were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to…

180 bills of five dollars were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to…

179 bills of four dollars were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to…

178 bills of three dollars were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was…

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177 bills of two dollars were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to…

176 bills of one dollar were printed.

Twenty-sixth issue, June 1780, totaled $600,000, interest bearing (5%) and payable in December 1786. It was minted to pay for the State's quota of the cost of exchange of Continental Currency which was to be…

The bottom signature is of Honorable John Stevens Jr who was the Treasurer of New Jersey at the time of the printing.

Twenty-fifth issue, March 1776, totaling L125,000, of which L25,000 was to replace old bills and the balance used for Loan…