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Printed Before 1936
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Bank of Canada Currency from 1937
Bank notes from 1937 are called bilingual notes because one side is in French and the other side is in English. Two years earlier, individual bank notes were printed for each language. That method proved to be very expensive, so The Bank of Canada started issuing the bilingual notes in 1937. Both the Canadian Bank Note Company and The British American Bank Note Company were responsible for printing their assigned denominations. Each note definitely has the chance to be rare and valuable. The value of each bank note is based on the signature combination and condition. There are some serial number oddities and printing varieties that can add further value. Click on your bank note below to learn more about how to value each denomination.