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Canada 5 Dollars Banknote, 2010, P-101Ad, UNC

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Canada 5 Dollar banknote from 2010, has a pick number of P-101Ad, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Wilfrid Laurier.

  • SKU:
    CANA101ADU
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    UNC
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This Canada 5 Dollars banknote issued in 2010 with a pick number P-101Ad is in uncirculated condition. Its obverse depicts the Coat of Arms of Canada and politician Wilfrid Laurier wearing a suit. It also shows the Canadian flag and the West block of the Parliament building in Ottawa. The banknotes reverse presents a kid on a toboggan, snowflakes, an excerpt from Le Chandail de Hockey by Roch Carrier and its English adaptation The Hockey Sweater written by Sheila Fischman. A child and an adult skating as well as four children playing hockey on a frozen lake are also visible. The banknote which is 152 x 70 mm in size has a holographic stripe and a watermark that reveals Wilfrid Laurier and an electrotype 5 CAN. Additionally, the Canada 5 Dollars has a gold-to-green color-changing windowed security thread with a demetalized 5 CAN.

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