2 Dollars Second Issue
|Value||2 Dollars (2)|
|Size||177 × 77 mm|
In the top left and right corner the value "2". An illustration of a Blacksmith by anvil in the lower left corner and a standing allegory of Navigation in the lower right corner. In the top center, a portrait of Prince Consort supported by a Lion on his left and an unicorn on his right. At the bottom center, the royal arms.
2 - 2
AUTHORIZED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT
THE FARMER'S JOINT STOCK BANK -
ing Company, will pay the bearer on demand
TWO DOLLARS at their Office in Toronto,
for Value Received
Toronto Feb: 1st 1849.
Manager - Pres.
Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, New York
Blank side only one red overprint
→ The "Farmers' Joint Stock Banking Company" has issued banknotes between 1835 and 1849.
→ Signatures : William Brown Phipps (Manager) & J.W. Sherwood (President)
→ Printed by : Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson - New York
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|1849||Above date, "Toronto" is handwritten on a printed line|
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