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First Federal Issue: South Carolina
 
South Carolina First Federal Issue revenues are less common than average.  The 30¢ value has not been recorded from South Carolina.  The other denominations up to the $1 value are known, as well as the $4 and $5 values.
 

(RM201)

10¢

(RM202)

25¢

(RM204)

50¢

(RM206)

September 22, 1800, promissory note in the amount of 8 pounds, 4 shillings, sterling.  Taxed 4¢ (RM201) as a note above $20 and not exceeding $100 payable within 60 days.
November 25, 1800, promissory note in the amount of $85.72.  Taxed 10¢ (RM202) apparently in error.  The proper tax was 4¢, as the note was above $20 and not exceeding $100 and was payable within 60 days.
 
March 26, 1800, promissory note in the amount of $194.59.  Taxed 25¢ (RM203) as a note above $100 and not exceeding $500 payable in more than 60 days.
March 11, 1799, estate inventory of John Hardy of Edgefield.  Estate inventory includes 13 slaves, including "1 Negro Man Adam" valued at $400, "do. Woman Hannah" $250 "Sylvia + 2 Children Peter + Jack" $550, "Milley + 2 Children Moses + Jeney" $600, and "Judy + 4 Childn, Sam Tom Fany + Patience" $1,000.  Taxed 50¢ (RM206) as an inventory required by law.
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