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This collection includes all four different Bank of Canada designs issued from the last allegorical design issue of 1937 to the 1988 birds issue, plus a specimen example of the 1922 chartered bank issue from the National Bank of Canada (La Banque Nationale). This is a high quality collection, with four of the five notes being in original uncirculated condition. (The 1937 note will be in mid-grade circulated condition, while all the other notes are crisp uncirculated.)
$100 1922, National Bank (La Banque Nationale)
• Face Design: Bank official Geo. Amyot (bilingual)
• Back Design: Bank name, counters and Arms of the City of Quebec
Prior to the formation of the Bank of Canada in 1934 and the first Bank of Canada notes issued in 1935, most of Canada's banknotes of $5 and higher denominations were issued by the Chartered banks. This is a $100 banknote as issued by the National Bank / La Banque Nationale. This note is exactly as an issued note, except that it is marked specimen rather than having serial numbers or a signature at the left side. Although it was never used in circulation, it was likely used in 1922 as a sample to show bank employees what the new note issue would look like.
$100 1937, Bank of Canada Allegorical Series
• Face Design: Sir John A. MacDonald
• Back Design: Commerce and Industry Allegory: Seated Male showing ship to child. A dock and industrial scene are in background
$100 1954 (Modified)
• Face Design: Queen Elizabeth
• Back Design: Mountains, valley and lake/Okanagan Lake, B.C.
$100 1975 (Multi-colour series)
• Face Design: Coat of Arms of Canada/Sir Robert Borden
• Back Design: Lunenburg Harbour, Nova Scotia
$100 1988 (Birds Series)
• Face Design: Sir Robert Borden/centre block of Parliament Buildings with Union Jack
• Back Design: Canada Goose
• $100 Note Collection 1937, 1954 Modified, 1975 and 1988 (4 notes total) Plus $100 National Bank Specimen Note