There was this: Massachusetts Currency|
May 5, 1780 -- An emission of £394,000 ($1,313,333) in legal tender bills of credit payable in Spanish milled dollars with 5% interest by December 31, 1786. This issue was authorized pursuant to the Continental Congress Resolution of March 18, 1780. Printed by Hall and Sellers in Philadelphia using paper watermarked "United States." The front was printed in black with border cuts by Henry Dawkins. The back was printed in black and red with border cuts and emblems from the Continental Currency issue of January 14, 1779. The cuts surrounding the emblem are by Dawkins. Notes are sometimes surcharged in red "Interest paid one year" and usually hole canceled upon redemption. There are two signatures on the front and a guaranty signature on the back. Denominations issued were: $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $7, $8 and $20.