Canada 100 Dollars Banknote, 2011, P-110c, UNC, Polymer

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Canada 100 Dollar banknote from 2011, has a pick number of P-110c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Robert Laird Borden. This particular banknote is printed on polymer.

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The Canada 100 dollars is part of the family of banknotes issued in 2011 in response to the tremendous growth of counterfeiting. This banknote has a polymer substrate which is more resistant to forgery than paper-cotton. The obverse of the bill bears the portrait of Canadas 8th Prime Minister Robert Laird Borden wearing a suit. On the reverse, a woman peering into a microscope can be found. There is also an electrocardiogram reading, a bottle of insulin, and a DNA double helix. Both the front and back of this note have a maple leaf. The 152 x 70 mm banknote also has a holographic stripe which has an image of Robert Borden and the tower of the East Block of Parliament in Ottawa.

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