|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
1000 CAD = 758 USD
|Currency||Canadian dollar (1858-date)|
|Size||152 × 70 mm|
Texts in English and French. The number "1000" is printed in waves of various colors. In the center at the top is the Coat of Arms of Canada. On the right is a portrait of Elizabeth II, Queen of England and the Commonwealth. To the right of the portrait is a view of the Library of Parliament and the Parliament of Ottawa.
1000 - 1000
BANQUE DU CANADA
1000 - CANADA
BANK OF CANADA
THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER - CE BILLET A COURS LEGAL
SOUS-GOUVERNEUR - DUPUTY GOVERNOR
GOVERNOR - GOUVERNEUR
ONE THOUSAND · DOLLARS · MILLE
In the middle, a couple of pine grosbeaks perch on a snowy branch. In the background, the word "CANADA". Below, the serial number printed twice in black with the bar code for the blinds.
PINE GROSBEAK - GROS-BEC DES PINS
→ (AAX0000000) : Banknotes that have been issued to replace banknotes that were damaged or destroyed before they were put into circulation. The letter "X" is added as the third letter.
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|1988||4,160,000||Bonin/Thiessen - P#100b|
|1988||1,880,000||Thiessen/Crow - P#100a|
|1988||339,686||Thiessen/Crow (Prefix: EKX)|
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