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The Canada 10 Dollar banknote is part of the polymer issues of the Bank of Canada released in 2013. The obverse of the purple banknote is a maple leaf and a portrait of 1st prime minister John Alexander Macdonald wearing a suit. The reverse of the paper bill depicts the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the map of the passenger railways in Canada, the Canadian Train, and a maple leaf. The banknote’s security features include a holographic stripe with John Alexander Macdonald and the Library of Parliament in Ottawa. The note does not contain a security thread or watermark. The note is 152 x 70 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition. It has also been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.