|Canada 1 Dollar 1973 (1974-1989)|
Item Code: CA-85A
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Arms of Canada
(French: Armoiries du 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 (French: Armoiries de Sa Majesté la Reine du chef du
Canada). The official coat of arms of the Canadian monarch and thus also of Canada (since 1921). Back: Parliament buildings on banks
of Ottawa River with tug boat Missinaibi in the middle of a broken log boom in a tree logging scene in the foreground. View of Parliament
Hill from across the Ottawa River. Watermark: None. Security features: Dots on the obverse and on the reverse fluorescing blue under
ultraviolet light. Consecutively running serial numbers. Main colours: Black, green and olive. Photographer: Malak Karsh. Engraver:
Charles Gordon Yorke. Signatures: R. William Lawson (Deputy Governor - Sous-Gouverneur, 1973-84); Gerald Keith Bouey (Governor -
Gouverneur, 1972-73). Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Bank of Canada. Date of Issue: 3 June 1974.
Ceased being issued: 30 June 1989. Total issue: Close to 4 billion (milliard). Date of withdrawal: N/a. Demonetized: N/a.
Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton and high grade flax paper. Printer: Canadian Bank Note Company Ltd. and British
American Bank Note Company, Ottawa.
|Dimensions: 154 x 70 mm|
All notes issued by the Bank of Canada since 1935 have
legal tender status and retain their full value. This is
One Dollar note or bill and it is part of the banknote series called "Scenes of Canada".
Bank of Canada - Banque du Canada. Un Dollar - One
Dollar. This Note is Legal Tender - Ce Billet a Cours
Légal. Ottawa 1973.
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