DescriptionBC-49 $10 1971 Progress Proof
An attractive example of this progress Proof of the new $10 note that was introduced in Canada in the early 1970s. It was intended to replace the 1954 series that was rampantly counterfeited, and this new issue incorporated many new security features. This Proof shows the Coat of Arms of Canada at left, the purple and multicolored tint at center, and a silhouette at right that would eventually hold the portrait of Sir John A. MacDonald. PCGS Apparent Choice New 63, with some minor stains on the face and mounting residue on the back.
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500.
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