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    Five Devil's Face Specimen Notes

    BC-31s; BC-32S; BC-33S; BC-34S; BC-35S $5; $10; $20; $50; $100 PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 (5).
    This is a nice quintet of Specimens that was originally sold by the Bank of Canada. Each note has an all-zero serial number and "Specimen" is printed twice on the face on all five notes and once on the back of the $5 and $10. The quantity sold, in denomination order from lowest to highest, is 110, 110, 9, 9, and 9. Every note in this lot shows very minor evidence of a previous mounting. Glue residue is common for these Specimens but these notes are relatively clean. Set numbers at back upper right are either 0006 or 0106. This is a lovely group of these popular specimen notes. (Total: 5 notes)


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2019
    25th-29th Thursday-Monday
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