Banknotes from Newfoundland

First settled by various First Nations tribes, then by the Norse around the year 1000, the island of Newfoundland was officially discovered by Europeans, by John Cabot on behalf of the king of England in 1497. It was used for some time as seasonal fishing territory by the English, French, Portuguese, Basque and Spanish until being claimed as England's first colony overseas in 1583. Boasting unique species of plant, insect, animal and even an ethnic group, Newfoundland enjoyed self-government from 1855 to 1934 and held Dominion status from 1907 to 1949 before joining Canada as the country's youngest province.
Wikidata: Q2003

See also: Canada, Canadian provinces, Lower Canada, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Upper Canada, New Brunswick, United Province of Canada, British Columbia, Alberta, New France

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Standard banknotes

50 Cents (Cash Note)

Standard banknote
183 × 86 mm
P# A10, N# 201677
1 Dollar - George V (Treasury Note)

Standard banknote
180 × 85 mm
P# A14, N# 224933
2 Dollars

Standard banknote

P# A15, N# 297912

Local banknotes

2 Dollars - Union Bank of Newfoundland

Local banknote
78 × 171 mm
Ch BN# 16-02, N# 330798

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Québécois, Big Mac.

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