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For the 100th anniversary of the process of the “Canadian Confederation”, which is considered the founding of the present country, the Bank of Canada issued the first commemorative banknote with a portrait of Elizabeth II in 1967.
As is customary for Canadian banknotes, the front side depicts Elizabeth without a crown. The back of the note shows Canada’s first parliament building in Ottawa.
Included with note is a certificate of authenticity and information regarding this very special note.
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