Charlton BC-9b, Pick-46b, small seal variety. All of the higher denomination 1935 Bank of Canada notes are highly collectible. This English text example is a solid Very Fine.
Charlton 220-18-10, Pick-S1027a, signature Austin at right. A beautiful note featuring a reclining maiden with a sleeping lion. This is the final date before this bank went to the dual portrait design. This note is scarcely seen above VF20, so this VF30 note is a premium piece.
Charlton 715-22-18, Pick-S686ac. The large size yellow tinted Bank of Toronto issues are much scarcer than the subsequent small size series. The splits mentioned by PMG are very minor.
Charlton BC-27b, Pick-64b. An early Bank of Canada high denomination that are a great value in these higher circulated grades.
Future CWL! A tiny mintage of just 7,000 pieces, this is the sole MS63 example with just five finer. Overall, only 7 mint state examples are graded in total. A very scarce type issue with nice eye appeal.
Charlton BC-53a, Pick-92a. Choice example of this note which features a nice fishing scene in Vancouver on the reverse.
The underrated "Alexander the Great" note, with his protrait at left, engraving from his sarcophogus at bottom center, and a mosaic of him in battle on the reverse. High Standard Catalog value.
TBB B105a. The lowest denomination of the first Kwacha-denominated series of notes from newly independent Malawi. Hugely underrated at this level, as this note saw extensive circulation. One of 2 notes in this grade, none finer.