To distinguish the new production from that of 1936, a small impression was added to the reverse dies, creating a raised dot on coins struck from those tools.
Teach your students about Canada’s history, land and culture – with money! Download the free lesson plan.
This is the Bank of Canada’s portfolio. We’re very proud of it. Every denomination from every series on up to today can be found here.
For the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade your browser to the newest version, or try an up-to-date Internet browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Opera.
Also printed by British American Bank Note Company, the back of the purple $10 note features the allegorical image from the 1935 $2 note, a winged Mercury representing transportation.
30 Bank Street
K1A 0G9, CANADA
Visit the Bank of Canada web site ›