Bank of Canada 1935 One Thousand Dollar note

Bank of Canada banknotes 1935 1000 Dollars note

Bank of Canada 1935 One Thousand Dollar note bill
Bank of Canada 1935 One Thousand Dollar note

The $1000 Dollar note was printed by Canadian Bank Note Company. The front carries a portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canada’s seventh prime minister. The portrait, which depicts Laurier wearing a Prince Albert coat, was engraved by ABN's master engraver, Edwin Gunn. The back of the note features an allegorical figure representing security. “Security” was a stock image owned by ABN—the company had used the same allegorical figure as early as 1917 on an issue of Russian bonds.

Issue date: 11 March 1935
Size: 152.4 x 73.025 mm (6.0 x 2.875 inches)
Predominant colour: Olive

Varieties:   There are no varieties to 1935 $1000 Dollar bills from The Bank of Canada. J.A.C. Osborne signs as the Deputy Governor and G.F. Towers as the Governor.

Quantity Printed:   66,500
Text:   Ottawa, issue of 1935 – The Bank Of Canada – Will pay to the bearer on demand – One Thousand Dollars – Canadian Bank note company limited – deputy governor – governor

Canadian 1000 Dollar Bills

Canadian 1000 Dollar Bill 1935 Sir Wilfrid Laurier        Canadian 1000 Dollar Bill 1937 Sir Wilfrid Laurier