Canada, 2 dollars, 1986 'Robin' (P94) UNC

The last $2 note to be issued by Canada before being replaced by coins.
Availability: In stock
SKU: WCA2730
£5.75

Canada’s banknotes are all printed on polymer plastic today. This charming 2 dollars was first issued in 1986 on paper (P94) It was the last 2 dollar note to be issued, eventually being replaced by a coin.
The front features a mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II while on the back we find a charming vignette featuring robins. A lovely note and always a favourite with collectors. Crisp Uncirculated

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