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    O Canada, We Stand On Guard For Thee.
    This lot kicks-off with a 1900 and a 1923 25¢ notes, four 1937 $1's, a 1937 $2, one 1954 $1 Devil's Face Portrait, eleven 1954 $1 Modified Portraits, two 1954 $2 Modified Portraits, three 1967 $1's, a 1971 $10, 24 1973 $1's, three 1974 $2's, two 1979 $5's, five 1986 $2's, a 1986 $5, a 2002 $10, and closes with a Canadian Tire 10¢ note. We see some notes that are damaged, one with a tape repair, and a few with graffiti. Good or better. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 62 notes)

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2011
    29th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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