Do you Remember the $1 Bill? Will your children or grandchildren ever see a $1 bill? After more than 100 years as the most popular denomination in circulation, Canada’s $1 note was officially discontinued on June 30, 1989. This five piece collection will transport you back in time, including all of the different dates of issue from 1937 to the last note dated 1973. The notes are in average circulated condition, allowing for an extremely affordable complete collection.
All of the following notes are included:
1937 (first issued 76 years ago)
Front Design: King George VI (in the first year of his reign)
Reverse Design: Allegorical female seated with agricultural products.
This note is also significant as Canada’s first bilingual issue.
1954 (first issued 76 years ago)
Front Design: Queen Elizabeth II, original young portrait
Reverse Design: Western prairie setting
1967 Centennial Issues (46 years old)
One with serial numbers, one with “1867 1967"
Front Design: Queen Elizabeth II with maple leaf centennial symbol at the left and references to the centennial along the top and bottom.
Reverse Design: Original center block of the Parliament buildings
1973 Canada's Last One Dollar Bill -
Front Design: Queen Elizabeth II and Canadian Coat of Arms
Reverse Design: Logging on the Ottawa River, looking towards the Parliament Buildings