Bank of Canada 1937 Five Dollar Bill

Bank of Canada banknotes 1937 Five Dollar Bill
1937 Canadian 5 Dollar Bank Note

Bank of Canada 1937 Five Dollar Bill

The portrait of George VI wearing an admiral's uniform was based on a photograph taken by Bertram Park, for which an engraving was made by Robert Savage of ABN.
British American Bank Note Company designed and printed the note, and its master engraver, Harry P. Dawson engraved the allegorical figure representing electric power that appears on the back of the note.

Size: 152.4 x 73.025 mm (6.0 x 2.875 inches)
Predominant colour: Blue
Issue date: 19 July 1937
Signatures: Left - J.A.C. Osborne; Right - G.F. Towers
                        Left - D. Gordon;        Right - G.F. Towers
                        Left - J.E. Coyne;        Right - G.F. Towers

Quantity Printed:   256,864,500
Text:   Bank Of Canada – Will pay to the bearer on demand – Banque Du Canada – Paiera au porteur sur demande – Five dollars – Cinq Dollars – Ottawa, 2nd Jan. 1937 – Ottawa le 2 Jan. 1937 – British American Bank note company limited – deputy governor – governor – sous gouverneur – gouverneur

Canadian 5 Dollar Bills

Dominion of Canada 5 Dollar Bill 1924 Queen Mary           Canadian 5 Dollar Bill 1937 King George VI