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    Toronto, ON- International Bank of Canada $2 Sept. 15, 1858 Ch. # 380-10-08-12
    This institution, originally chartered in 1857 to provide banking services in Cayuga, Ontario, became one of the most notorious of Canada's wildcat banks when it moved to Toronto. This $2 has been pen signed by J.R. Fitch and it has a red serial number. PMG has graded only nine of this number with none higher and just one equal. Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ, boldly embossed.


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    January, 2010
    7th-11th Thursday-Monday
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