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BoC Multi Coloured $5 note


The 1972 $5 bill is blue with a multicoloured tint.
It displays a portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier on the face side and a Salmon seiner, Johnston Strait, Vancouver Island on the back. The name of the boat pictured was the "BCP 45". (British Columbia Packers)
  Official First Day of Issue: December 4, 1972
Cat. No. Signature
BC-48a Bouey-Rasminsky; 2 letters
BC-48aA Bouey-Rasminsky; 2 letters replacement
BC-48b Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters
BC-48bA Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters replacement
BC-48bT Lawson-Bouey; test prefix RS


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