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1967 Canadian Centennial $1 Dollar Bill (227205C)

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1967 Canadian Centennial $1 Dollar Bill                                SKU# 227205C

This fantastic Canadian $1 dollar bill commemorates the 100th anniversary of the country's confederation making it a wonderful piece of Canada's rich heritage. Whether you're a seasoned collector, just starting out or even just looking to possibly make some profit, this bill is definitely something you won't want to miss out on.

1967 Canadian Centennial $1 Dollar Bill:
- Obverse: shows left facing portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and reads "CENTENNIAL OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION, 1867 1967 CANADA 1 DOLLAR, BANK OF CANADA" and shows the 1967 centennial logo
- Reverse: shows an image of Canada's first original Parliament Buildings and reads "CENTENNIAL OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION, 1 ONE DOLLAR"
- Printed Signatures: Deputy Governor J.R. Beattie and Governor L. Rasminsky
- Bill comes in protective plastic sleeve

Please note: this bill has NOT been professionally graded or appraised.


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Condition: Bill appears to be in circulated condition and shows signs of some discoloration, wear and creasing. Again note that this bill has NOT been professionally graded or appraised.

Item is sold in 'as is' condition.

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Canada Post: $17.10 ($5.00 as additional item)
Toronto Pick Up: $0.00 ($0.00 as additional item)
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Accepts PayPal if Shipped and Payment on Pickup

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* Item Location: 234 Norseman Street Toronto, Ontario * .... Items are required to be paid in 7 days.... - For items being Shipped, credit card payments can be processed through Paypal at Checkout........... - * Payment for items being picked up can be made in advance online by e-Transfer to [email protected] or in person.