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    Toronto, ON- Dominion Bank $4 Jan. 1, 1876 Ch. # 220-12-02.
    This note with its beautifully ornate brown back design is Canada's version of the Brown Back. This bank was established in 1869 and grew to become one of the largest in Canada. From its inception until 1955, it never acquired or merged with any other bank, preferring slow but steady internal growth. Its record of paying dividends in good years and bad was almost unparalleled, and its steady management was the envy of other financial institutions. PMG Very Good 10, with excellent color and just a few small splits and a small number written in ink on the back.


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    September, 2018
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
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