No.46603.Signed by B.Levy and Donnellan. Good body on nicely toned paper, abundant mica flecks on the face. One visible vertical center fold, horizontal bend about ¾ down the face, corners a bit rounded, a nice lightly circulated note. The signature of Jewish signer Benjamin Levy is bold in red ink. This denomination, seemingly odd today, was pegged to the value of a Portuguese “half Joe” or 6400 reis; with the rapid depreciation, that connection was just a memory a year after printing. From Early American History Auctions’ sale of September 2004, Lot 2212.