20 Canadian Dollars banknote series 1937
The Bank of Canada issued Canadian Dollar banknotes in 12 different denominations,
including this 20 Canadian Dollars banknote series 1937. They are part of the withdrawn Canadian Dollar banknotes series. The Bank of Canada started issuing
these 20 Canadian Dollar banknotes in 1937. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1954.
The 1937 series of banknotes were issued following legislative changes requiring bilingual bank notes. Consequently this note has text in both English and French. It depicts King George VI on the front, and the image on the reverse is an allegorical representation of fertility.
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