$50 & $100 1922 National Bank/La Banque Nationale

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626-334
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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 $50 & $100 banknote as issued by the National Bank / La Banque Nationale.

These notes were a sample of the initial printing of this issue in 1922, and have recently been obtained from the archive vaults of the National Bank of Canada. Less than 150 of these notes are believed to exist. Early $50 and $100 notes are all rare and highly sought after. There are no issued $50 or $100 notes of this type known to have survived, although other rare $50 and $100 notes of this era typically sell for between $5,000 and $20,000. These notes are exactly the same as issued notes, except that they are marked specimen rather than having serial numbers or a signature at the left side.

• $50 Face Design: Bank official Geo. E. Amyot (bilingual)
• $50 Back Design: Bank name, counters and Arms of the City of Quebec

• $100 Face Design: Bank official Geo. E. Amyot (bilingual)
• $100 Back Design: Bank name, counters and Arms of the City of Quebec

Includes:
• Rare Specimen Chartered Bank Notes - "Gem Uncirculated 65" Condition

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