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Value of 6 Mai 1935 $25 Bill from Banque Du Canada

Banque Du Canada 6 Mai 1935 Twenty-Five Dollar Bill


Description:   These $25 bills are often grouped with the rest of the 1935 French version bank notes from La Banque Du Canada. However, the $25 bill is actually a special commemorative issue that just happened to also be issued in 1935. They are actually dated as 6 Mai 1935. These were issued to celebrate the silver jubilee of the reign of King George V. He and Queen Mary are pictured on each bank note. The years 1910-1935 are also shown. Each bank note even says Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Of The Accession Of H.M King George V. These were saved in higher numbers because they were a special issue. Government records show that no more than 1,840 could survive today. Our guide has more information about values and pricing.

Varieties:   There are no varieties for the Ottawa emission de 1935 $1 bill from La Banque Du Canada. Each note is signed by J.A.C. Osborne as the sous-gouverneur and by G.F. Towers as the gouverneur. Of course the red serial number and overall condition will differ from note to note.

Quantity Printed:   20,000

Text:   La Banque Du Canada – paiera au porteur sur demande – Vingt-Cinq Dollars – Vingt-Cinquieme anniversaire de l’ avenement de S.M. le roi George V – Canadian bank note company limited

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We buy all French version 6 Mai 1935 $25 bills from Canada. Values are based purely on condition and generally range from $1,000 to $12,000. If you would like our offer, then please send us pictures of your bank note. We will grade the paper money and respond back quickly with our buy and sell price. You might be surprised at how much money some high grade 1935 twenty-five dollar bills are worth.

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