Canadian One Dollar Note - 100th Anniversary Note
Canadian One Dollar Note - 100th Anniversary Note
Canadian One Dollar Note - 100th Anniversary Note
Canadian One Dollar Note - 100th Anniversary Note
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Canadian One Dollar Note - 100th Anniversary Note

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Type: Canvas Printings
Form: Flat
Support Base: Canvas
Medium: Waterproof Ink
Is Smart Device: No
Subjects: abstract
Frame mode: Unframed
Style: Modern
is_customized: Yes
Model Number: BanknoteCanvas Painting
Original: No
Technics: Spray Painting
Shape: Horizontal Rectangle
Frame: No
Material: Canvas
Package: PVC tube
Occasion: Living Room Bedroom Office Decor
Painting Type: Banknote Poster Canvas Painting
Wall Art Posters and Prints: Abstract Art Wall Pictures for Home Decor

Canadian one dollar note from the Bank of Canada (BoC). The note was made for the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation and inscribed in both English and French with the signatures of the Deputy Governor and Governor⁣

The front of the note consists of a light green background, with the "Bank of Canada" written in small words, and a black border with wavy patterns in it. On the left there is a Canadian Maple leaf with the dates 1867 and 1967. To the right of that you can see the words "Canada", "One Dollar" and "1867 1967" inscribed with the Canadian Coat of Arms in the background. Lastly, on the right of the note there is a picture of Queen Elizabeth II. ⁣

The reverse of the note has the same border as the front, but in a light green colour. The rest of the note is a portrait of Canada's first Parliamentary buildings which was destroyed by a fire in 1916. The building was host to all the parts of Canada's Parliament: the Monarchy, the Senate and the House of Commons.⁣