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Value of Jany 2nd 1914 $2 Bill from The Dominion of Canada
Dominion of Canada Jany 2nd 1914 Two Dollar Bill
Description: The Duke of Connaught and The Duchess of Connaught are pictured on the front of each 1914 $2 bill issued by The Dominion of Canada. The back of these notes might be more interesting though. It shows an engraving with the royal coat of arms surrounded by the shields of the nine Canadian provinces.
Varieties: If you have a two dollar bill from 1914 then you need to check the seal and the bearer text. Our example note has curved text that reads as “will pay to bearer on demand”. Some varieties have this text in a straight line. There are also three different seal types. Our note does not have a seal. Others could have a black seal stamped over “TWO” on the right hand side of the note. Some other varieties will be missing the “TWO” and just have the black seal alone. While it is important to know the varieties, none of them are rare enough to significantly affect the value of these bank notes.
Quantity Printed: 62,968,000
Text: Ottawa, Jan 2nd 1914 – The Dominion Of Canada – Will pay to bearer on demand – Two Dollars – American bank note co. Ottawa
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We buy all 1914 $2 bank notes from The Dominion of Canada. Values are based purely on condition and generally range from $50 to $1,000. 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 notes or rare varieties can be worth.