United States of North America Thirty-Five Dollars

Printer Hall and Sellers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania American
Francis Hopkinson American

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Emissions totaling $95,051,695 payable in Spanish milled dollars, or the equivalent in gold or silver, were authorized by seven separate resolutions between January 14 and November 29, 1779. $50,000,000 of this was to be used to exchange the for the recall of the May 20, 1777 and April 11, 1778 issues. A new border cut used the legend "United States of North America" and on the verso are a new series of leaf and cloth nature prints. Also emblems and mottos were cut in a smaller size and part of the emblem and left border of the recto were printed in red with the remainder in black. Francis Hopkinson designed the new $35, $45, $70 and $80 bills. Detector bills were printed in red and black on blue paper. Denominations printed were the: $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $20, $30, $35, $40, $45, $50, $55, $60, $65, $70 and $80.

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