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    Quebec City, PQ- Union Bank of Canada $5 June 1, 1907 Ch. # 730-14-04
    This institution began operations in 1865 with a provincial charter under the title of Union Bank of Lower Canada. It received its federal charter in 1886, changing its name to the Union Bank of Canada and commencing its chartered bank note issue. The 1907 notes were the last issued from its original location in Quebec City, as the bank moved its head office to Winnipeg in 1912. In 1925 the bank was acquired by the Royal Bank of Canada. This is a very scarce note in any grade, and was missing even from the massive Flynn collection holdings we sold back in 2008. PMG Very Fine 25, only the second such example in any grade we've had in any of our sales.
    From The Belleville Collection


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