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This comprehensive 38 piece collection includes examples of every date and denomination of Canadian bank note, from the $1 note to the $100 note, for each series of bank note issued by the Bank of Canada. All of the series are represented including the 1937 King George VI Allegorical Design series, the rare and highly sought after 1954 devil's face issue, the 1969-1975 Mulitcolour series and the 1986-1991 Birds series. 1967 $1 issues and 1979 $5 and $20 issues are also included. The older notes are in "excellent collectible" mid grade circulated condition, while the later notes are uncirculated.
Features the face design of King George VI on the $1-$50 notes and the $100 note features a portrait of Sir John A. MacDonald. The 1937 series is the first series of bilingual banknotes in Canada and the last issue to feature allegorical designs. The allegorical vignettes are also regarded as some of the most beautiful artwork ever to appear on Canadian banknotes.
• $1 Agriculture Allegory: Seated female with agricultural products
• $2 Harvest Allegory: Seated female with fruits of the harvest
• $5 Electric Power Allegory: Seated male with symbols of electricity
• $10 Transportation Allegory: Mercury with ships, trains and an airplane
• $20 Fertility Allegory: Seated female with a sickle
• $50 Modern Inventions Allegory: Seated female with symbols of radio broadcasting
• $100 Commerce and Industry Allegory: Seared male showing ship to child, dock and industrial scene in background
1954 Devil's Face and 1954 Modified Series
The original "young portrait" of Queen Elizabeth appears on all the face of all of the banknotes.
• $1 Western Prairie scene
• $2 Landscape from the Upper Melbourne, Richmond, Quebec
• $5 Otter Falls, mile 996, Alaska Highway
• $10 Mount Burgess, B.C.
• $20 Laurentians in winter
• $50 Beach and breakers, Lockeport N.S.
• $100 Mountains, valley and lake
Centennial Symbol/Queen Elizabeth II - Centennial symbol is a stylized Maple Leaf divided into eleven triangles.
• $1 Double Dated Old Parliament buildings
• $1 Serial Number Old Parliament buildings
Multicolour Series 1969-1975
The second portrait of Queen Elizabeth appears on the face of the $1, $2, and $20 notes. Sir Wilfred Laurier appears on the front of the $5 note, Sir John A. Macdonald appears on the face of the $10 note, William Lyon MacKenzie King appears on the $50 and Sir Robert Borden is on the $100.
• $1 1973 Parliament Buildings as seen from across the Ottawa River
• $2 1974 Inuit Hunting Scene on Baffin Island
• $5 1972 Salmon Boat, Johnston Straight, Vancouver Island
• $10 1971 Industrial Scene. Sarnia, Ontario
• $20 1969 Moraine Lake, Alberta
• $50 1975 R.C.M.P. Musical Ride - dome formation
• $100 1975 Lunenburg Harbour, N.S.
$5 Coat of Arms of Canada / Sir Wilfrid Laurier, $20 Coat of Arms of Canada/Queen Elizabeth II
• $5 1979 Salmon, Johnston Strait, Vancouver Island
• $20 1979 Moraine lake, Alberta
Bird Series 1986-1991
The portrait of Queen Elizabeth appears on the face of the $2, and $20 notes. Sir Wilfred Laurier appears on the front of the $5 note and Sir John A. Macdonald appears on the face of the $10 note, William Lyon MacKenzie King appears on the $50 and Sir Robert Borden is on the $100.
• $2 1986 Robin
• $5 1986 Belted Kingfisher
• $10 1989 Osprey
• $20 1991 Common Loon
• $50 1988 Snowy Owl
• $100 1988 Canada Goose
• Paper Money Series Collection 1937-1991 (38 notes in custom album)