In 1937, only two years after releasing its original series, the Bank of Canada issued a second. The hasty development of a new series was prompted by Canadian legislation mandating the production of bilingual (French and English) bank notes.
If you have a Note or a Set that you would like to sell please e-mail us at with a description and scans or pictures if possible, Let us know your asking price and will go from there. Each is available in various sizes and grades, ranging from Very Good to Extra Fine. During the depths of the Great Depression, the Bank of Canada was founded in 1934. Charged with the mighty task of promoting the economic and financial welfare of Canada the new institution was also entrusted to produce Canadian Bank Notes. Large Size Silvers, small Size Silvers, if There's A Note Or A Set That You Would. Like To Inquire About Or You Just Have A Question Or Comment Please Email Us at, large Size Golds, small Size Golds, we accept credit cards through, payPal or you can mail funds to: m 15260 Bel- Red Road Redmond, WA 98052. All prices subject to change without notice All Currency Stored In Bank Vaults.
First issued in 1870 to defer the convergence of lesser-valued American currency, the Bills were intended for temporary use. They were nonetheless reissued in 19, but the Bank of Canada recalled all 25-Cent-Bills in 1935, rendering them obsolete. Also integrated into the notes design was Canadas Coat of Arms, delicately placed in the background. Prior to 1934 and the Bank of Canadas jurisdiction over paper money, the country released a 25-Cent Bill, referred to by many as a Shinplaster. At Provident Metals, we provide a fascinating array of Foreign Paper Currency. Hailing from such nations as Canada and Ireland, collectors intrigued by owning a piece of the past can choose from a range of bills.