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BoC Multi Coloured $2 note



The 1971 $10 bill is purple with a multicoloured tint. It displays the Canadian Coat of Arms and a portrait of Sir John A. Macdonald on the face side. An industrial scene of a Sarnia, Ontario oil refinery is on the back.

Official First Day of Issue: November 8, 1971
Cat. No. Signature
BC-49a Beattie-Rasminsky; 2 letters
BC-49aA Beattie-Rasminsky 2 letters replacement
BC-49b Bouey-Rasminsky; 2 letters
BC-49bA Bouey-Rasminsky; 2 letters replacement
BC-49c Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters
BC-49cA Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters replacement
BC-49c-i Lawson-Bouey; 3 letters
BC-49cA-i Lawson-Bouey; 3 letters replacement
BC-49d Crow-Bouey; 3 letters
BC-49dA Crow-Bouey; 3 letters replacement
BC-49e Thiessen-Crow; 3 letters
BC-49eA Thiessen-Crow; 3 letters replacement



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