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BoC Multi-coloured $100 note

BC-52a

The 1975 $100 bill is brown with a multicoloured tint. It displays a portrait of Sir Robert Borden on the face side and a scene of Lunenburg Harbour, Nova Scotia on the back
 Official First Day of Issue: May 31, 1976
Cat. No. Signature
BC-52a Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters
BC-52aA Lawson-Bouey; 2 letters replacement
BC-52a-i Lawson-Bouey; 3 letters
BC-52aA-i Lawson-Bouey; 3 letters replacement AJX
BC-52b Crow-Bouey; 3 letters
BC-52bA Crow-Bouey; 3 letters replacement AJX
 

 

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