1 Dollar Dominion of Canada

Features

Issuer Canada
King George V (1910-1936)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1911
Value 1 Dollar
1 CAD = USD 0.81
Currency Canadian dollar (1858-date)
Composition Paper
Size 185 × 85 mm
Shape Rectangular
Number N# 225190
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References Ch# DC 18,
Mark Drake (editor); 2020. A Charlton Standard Catalogue / Volume 1. Canadian Coins : Numismatic issues (73rd edition). Charlton Press, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
P# 27
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.

Obverse

Black with green tint. Portrait Earl (Governor General) and Countess of Grey at center with the face value "One" and "1" on the left and right.

Lettering:
OTTAWA, JAN. 3rd 1911.
1 - 1
One - ONE
THE
Dominion of Canada
WILL PAY TO THE BEARER
1
ONE
1 ONE - ONE 1
COUNTERSIGNED
FOR MINISTER OF FINANCE
1
1 ONE DOLLAR 1
1 - 1
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY OTTAWA.

Reverse

Parliament building of Ottawa at center surrounded by the face value "ONE" and "1".

Lettering:
1 ONE - ONE 1
DOMINION OF CANADA
ONE - ONE
1 ONE - DOLLAR - 1 ONE - DOLLAR - ONE 1
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY OTTAWA.

Comments

Additional Information :
→ Varieties will have either a green or a black line separating the signature bar from the upper portion.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1911-Jan-3  Ch# Dc 18a - (Green line + 'Series' letter [A/B/C] above signature panel)
1911-Jan-3  Ch# DC 18b - (Green line + 'Series' letter [D/E/F/G] near upper corners)
1911-Jan-3  Ch# DC 18c - (Green line + 'Series' letter [H/J/K/L] behind serial number, no hyphen in between)
1911-Jan-3  Ch# DC 18d - (Black line + 'Series' letter [P/L/M/N/R/S/T] behind serial number, no hyphen in between)
1911-Jan-3  Ch# DC 18e - (Black line + 'Series' letter [U/V/W/X/Y] behind serial number, with hyphen in between)

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