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The Canada 10 Dollars Banknote was issued by the Bank of Canada in 1971. It has hints of purple, yellow, orange, pink, red, and blue. Its obverse portrays first prime minister John Alexander MacDonald wearing a suit. It also shows the coat of arms of Canada. The reverse depicts an oil refinery at Sarnia in Ontario. It does not bear a security thread and watermark. It measures 152 x 70 mm and is signed by John William Crow and Gordon George Thiessen. This particular 10 Canadian dollar banknote is in used condition.