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Five Piece $1 Paper Money Collection 1937-1973

Item Number:

512-556
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TSC Price: $39.95

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This $1 collection includes five notes spanning from 1937 through to 1973. The oldest note in the collection dated 1937 features King George VI on the front and an Agriculture allegory on the back. The next note dated 1954 features the original young portrait of Queen Elizabeth when she was only 27 years old. The next two notes are the two different 1967 Centennial issues - one with serial numbers and one with "1867 1967" instead of serial numbers, and the last dollar bill ever issued dated 1973. All of the notes are protected in archival quality mylar display holders.

The following notes are included:

1937 (76 years old) [as of 2013]
Face Design: King George VI
Back Design: Agriculture Allegory: seated female with agriculture products
    
1954 Modified (59 years old)
Face Design: Queen Elizabeth II
Back Design: Western prairie and sky       

1967 Centennial - no serial number (46 years old)
Face Design: Centennial symbol/Queen Elizabeth II
Back Design: Old Parliament buildings

1967 Centennial with serial number (46 years old)
Face Design: Centennial symbol/Queen Elizabeth II
Back Design: Old Parliament buildings

1973 (40 years old)
Face Design: Coat of Arms of Canada/Queen Elizabeth II
Back Design: Parliament Hill, across the Ottawa River

Includes:
• Five Piece $1 Paper Money Collection 1937-1973

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5.0

Excellent Gift Idea

By Angel Wings

from Wiarton Ontario

Silver Reviewer

I bought 3 sets for my teenage nephews for Christmas because I wanted them to have something from their Aunt that they will always have. This collection is superb and I hope the Coin Show brings back more collections like this at the same excellent price. It encourages coin collecting and is a definite keepsake.

 
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Great Gift Idea

By Angel Wings

from Wiarton Ontario

Silver Reviewer

Having young teen nephews in my family I had no idea what to get for Christmas for them. This came up and it was such a good idea. Even if they don't start collecting it will be something they will always have from their Aunt. They are in excellent condition and encased in a plastic envelope. Great gift for anyone from young teens or novices just starting to collect. They are sold out but hope they bring them back again. I will buy more for gifts. Thanks to the Coin show and The Shopping Channel for bringing great gift ideas to the show.

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