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This is a museum quality 1900 Dominion Bank $5 note. It is an original uncirculated set of face and back printer's proofs which would not normally be available for private collectors to obtain. The face design features a kneeling woman with an anvil and a seated woman with agricultural produce. The back design is composed of lathework, counters, the bank name and a Greek God.
$5 1900 Note Design
Face Design: Kneeling woman with anvil / Seated woman with agricultural produce
Back Design: Lathework, Counters, Bank Name and Greek God
This was one of the very first notes printed in 1900, and would have been presented to the president or top officials of the bank for approval to proceed to printing notes for circulation, or could have been a sample presented to the original engraver. As is usually the case for proof notes, each note is one sided. Issued notes of this series are also extremely rare, with the only known surviving examples being held in institutional collections. Accordingly, this is the only possible way for a private collector to acquire an example of this note.
The Dominion Bank, 1869-1955
The Dominion Bank operated from 1869 to 1955, when it merged with the Bank of Toronto to for the TD Bank. At the time of the merger, the Dominion bank had 194 branches and assets of $538 million.
• $5 1900 The Dominion Bank, Rare Chartered Bank Note Set - Face and Back Proof Note Set