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Value of October 1st 1866 Province of Canada $1 Bill
October 1st 1866 Province of Canada $1 Bill
Description: This is a relatively scarce bank note. It was issued for about six years. The front of each note shows a portrait of Samuel de Champlain and Jacques Cartier. Each note has a red serial number and green underprint. Prices for common varieties in heavily circulated condition start at about $1,000. Rarer notes in VF condition can be worth several thousand dollars. That’s a lot of money, but these are still by far the most common denomination for the series. These are definitely on our want list.
Varieties: These notes come in varieties based on the payable location. Otherwise there are no design or layout differences.
Quantity Issued: 1,000,000
Text: Authorized By 29 & 30 Vict. C. 10 – Ottawa – October 1st 1866 – The Province of Canada – Will Pay One Dollar To Bearer – Countersigned for Provincial Agents – British American Bank Note Co. Montreal & Ottawa – Canada Bank Note Printing Tint – Deputy Receiver General – American Bank Note Co. New York
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We buy all of these 1866 one dollar bank notes from The Province of Canada. Values are based purely on condition and the issuing location. 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 notes from The Province of Canada can be worth.