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.
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The $100 bank note, printed by Canadian Bank Note Company Ltd., features Okanagan Lake in British Columbia on the back. The scene was engraved by William Ford of American Bank Note Company.
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