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1970s Canada 1 and 2 Dollar Paper Money

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Vintage Canadian one and two dollar bills / banknotes of the 1970s series.

The 1970s series follows in the footsteps of the 1954 series in that it also depicts scenery, but is not limited solely to nature. The $1 depicts Parliament Hill (Ottawa) and the $2 depicts an Inuit hunting scene.

Both notes depict Queen Elizabeth on the front.

The 1970s series notes were used until the mid-late 1980s. They remain valid legal tender in Canada.

Picture is a representative sample / stock photo.

Generally the $2 will be well worn/used, whereas the $1 will be near mint if not mint.

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1970s Canada 1 and 2 Dollar Paper Money

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Feedback: 2027 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Vancouver, Canada
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