We Buy All Canadian Currency
Printed Before 1936
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Value of 2nd Jan. 1937 $100 Bill from The Bank of Canada
Bank of Canada 1937 One Hundred Dollar Bill
Description: Canadian $100 bank notes from 1937 feature a portrait Sir John A Macdonald. Each denomination from 1937 has a different color tint, just like modern currency does today. One hundred dollar bills are a green color. The first thing you will probably notice is that the left side of each bank note has English text and the right hand side has French text. This was a change from 1935 bank notes, which were printed with either just French or just English text. 1937 $100 bills were printed by The Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited.
Varieties: J.A.C. Osborne and G.F. Towers, D. Gordon and Towers, and J.E. Coyne and Towers signed 1937 $100 bills from The Bank of Canada. Each signature combination is considered as a different variety. Bank notes with the Osborne signature are very rare.
Quantity Printed: 5,140,000
Text: Bank Of Canada – Will pay to the bearer on demand – Banque Du Canada – Paiera au porteur sur demande – One Hundred Dollars – Cent Dollars – Ottawa, 2nd Jan. 1937 – Ottawa le 2 Jan. 1937 – Canadian Bank note company limited – deputy governor – governor – sous gouverneur – gouverneur
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NEED AN APPRAISAL OR WANT TO SELL?
We buy all Canadian $100 bills issued in 1937. Our offers are dependent upon the condition and rarity of your specific bank note. Prices generally range from $125 to $500; especially choice bank notes or rare varieties could be worth more money. Send us pictures of your paper money and we will respond quickly with our buy and sell price. Don’t be shocked if we can pay a lot more than you were expecting. There is a strong market for 1937 one hundred dollar bills from Canada and we would welcome the chance to work with you if you decide to sell yours.