Elizabeth II (1952-date)
100 CAD = 81 USD
|Currency||Canadian dollar (1858-date)|
|Size||152 × 70 mm|
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.
Text in English and French. At the left side is a frosted maple leaf-shaped window, with the denomination below. At the centre is a portrait of Sir Robert Laird Borden, statesman and Prime Minister of Canada from 1911 to 1920. At the right side of the note is a see-through hologram strip with a smaller portrait of Sir Robert Laird Borden at top, a depiction of the East Block of parliament in Ottawa at bottom, and transparent text and the denomination repeated throughout. As well, the hologram strip has a partially translucent border consisting of maple leaves. At the very right side of the note is the denomination once again and the year the note was issued.
ISSUE / ÉMISSION 2011
ONE HUNDRED • CENT DOLLARS
BANQUE DU CANADA 100
BANK OF CANADA 100
CE BILLET A COURS LÉGAL / THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER OTTAWA
DEPUTY GOVERNOR SOUS-GOUVERNEUR GOUVERNEUR GOVERNOR
SIR ROBERT L. BORDEN PRIME MINISTER / PREMIER MINISTRE 1911-1920
This side of the note depicts the theme of medical innovation. At left is the denomination and a mirrored image of the hologram strip. At centre is an image of a researcher in a lab-coat at a microscope, signifying Canada's commitment to medical research and innovation. The microscope shown is based off a Carl Zeiss Axioplan 2. Below is an electrocardiogram (ECG) track. To the right of the ECG track is an early bottle of insulin, one of the most well known Canadian medical innovations. To the right of the microscope is a depiction of a DNA strand. At the right side of the note is the reverse side of the maple leaf-shaped window, with the denomination below.
|Tiff Macklem (TMᴰ)||Deputy Governor|
|Mark Joseph Carney (MC)||Governor|
|Stephen S. Poloz (SP)||Governor|
|Carolyn A. Wilkins (CW)||Deputy Governor|
This note was issued in November 2011.
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|2011||TMᴰ, MC||320 000 000||78.00||72%||P# 110a - Macklem/Carney|
|2011||TMᴰ, MC||1 395 000||1.6%||P# 110a - Macklem/Carney (Prefix: FKN)|
|2011||TMᴰ, SP||90 000 000||20%||P# 110b - Macklem/Poloz|
|2011||TMᴰ, SP||8 596 000||3%||P# 110b - Macklem/Poloz (Prefix: FKN)|
|2011||TMᴰ, SP||3 023 998||1.6%||P# 110b - Macklem/Poloz (Prefix: GJA)|
|2011||CW, SP||210 000 000||78.03||34%||P# 110c - Wilkins/Poloz|
|2011||CW, SP||6 976 000||1.6%||P# 110c - Wilkins/Poloz (Prefix: GJA)|
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