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1789 Pay Table Note Signed by Oliver Wolcott Jr.
1789 Pay Table Note Signed by Oliver Wolcott Jr.
1789 Pay Table Note Signed by Oliver Wolcott Jr.

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Vintage Collection

Product Code: OD370-2

Promissory Notes like this issued by the State of Connecticut help to finance the Revolutionary War. Military finances in the state of Connecticut were managed by the Pay-Table which was also known as the Committee of Four during the Revolutionary War.

This note was signed by Pay Table member Oliver Wolcott Jr. Oliver Wolcott Jr. was the son of Oliver Wolcott who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He became a Pay Table member in 1782 and named Comptroller in 1788. In 1795 he became President George Washington's Secretary of the Treasury succeeding Alexander Hamilton.

Oliver Wolcott Jr. later served as President of the Bank of North American and then Governor of Connecticut.

This note was issued for one pound to Gurdon Bradley who signed and endorsed it on the reverse.

This Pay Table Note is presented in a gorgeous high quality acrylic display that weights over 1.5 lbs. Magnetically held together, the display is easy to open if you want to inspect your document. Perfect for a desktop or bookshelf display.

1789 Revolutionary War Note - Signed by Oliver Wolcott Jr.
  • Display measures: 8" x 6" x .75"
  • Age: 1789
  • Weight; over 1.5 lbs
  • Condition: Excellent; as pictured