1973 Bank of Canada $1 Dollar Bill, Uncut Sheet
1973 Bank of Canada $1 Dollar Bills, Uncut Sheet
Bank of Canada issued sheet of 40 uncut 1973 $1 dollar banknotes. Among the last printed notes before changing to the loonie.
On the front
Bank note depicts Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and The Arms of Canada, also known as the Royal Coat of Arms of Canada or formally as the Arms of Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada. The official coat of arms of the Canadian monarch and thus also of Canada (since 1921).
On the back
View of Parliament Hill from across the Ottawa River. Note features the Parliament buildings on the banks of the Ottawa River with tug boat Missinaibi in the middle of a broken log boom.
Dots on the obverse and on the reverse fluorescing blue under ultraviolet light.
Uncut, crisp uncirculated sheet comes rolled and packaged in shipper tube.
|Face Value||$1 (40-pcs)|
|Signatures||Crow / Bouey|
|Series||Scenes of Canada|
|Format||5 x 8|
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