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1911, George V, Gold Sovereign, 'C' Ottawa Mint, Canada, BU

Gold Sovereign dated 1911 minted in Ottawa, Canada in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
£395.00

Canada 1 Dollar 1954 Elizabeth II P74/5 Fine

A pair of One Dollar notes from Canada featuring portraits of King George VI and his daughter Queen Elizabeth II. The George VI dollar is dated 1937, the year of his Coronation (P58) and are in Fine condition. The Elizabeth II dollar is dated 1954, the year after her Coronation and are in Fine to VF condition. (P74/5) Available separately or as a pair.
£8.50

Canada 1 Dollar 1954 Queen Eliz Unc

Canada 1 dollar from 1954 (P75) coloured green and black on white, featuring bareheaded youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on right obverse and prairie landscape on reverse. In uncirculated condition.
£11.50

Canada 1 dollar 1973 P85 Unc

Canada 1 dollar 1973 P85 Grey and yellow on white Young Queen Eliz II at r/ Boat on river full of lumber. The last paper dollar for Canada. Unc
£5.75

Canada 10 Dollars 2017 P-New 150th Anniversary Polymer Plastic Unc

In 2017 Canada celebrated 150 years of the Confederation of Canada 1867-2017. One of the ways it marked this milestone was with the issue of a 10 dollar polymer note which represented all the regions of the country and celebrated the work and lives of 4 prominent Canadians. The portraits of John Macdonald, George-Etienne Cartier, James Gladstone and Agnes Campbell Macphail appear on the front alongside a broad see through security panel. The regions of Canada are represented on the back with a view of Capilano Lake, Twin Sisters Mountain, wheatfields, the Kipana River, the coast of New Brunswick and the Northern Lights above Wood Buffalo Park. An impressive note in Uncirculated.
£15.50

Canada 10 Dollars 2018 P-New Polymer Unc

This issue we offer Uncirculated examples of the new Canada Polymer 10 dollar bill released last year. (PNew) It is a first for a Canadian banknote. It is printed vertically. For the first time a Canadian born woman appears on her own on a Canadian banknote. She was Viola Desmond, a business woman who, in 1946, challenged racial segregation by refusing to leave a whites only area of the Roseland Theatre. It was the most publicized incident of racial discrimination in Canadian history The back has an illustration of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights alongside an extract from the Canadian Charter of Rights. Uncirculated.
£14.50