1 dollar - Canadian banknotes of 1935 - Bank of Canada notes price guide and values - Coins and Canada

1 dollar 1935 values and prices

The $1 note was printed by CBN. The front of the note features a portrait of King George V, who reigned from 1910 to 1936. The words Ottawa, Issue of 1935 appear on all the notes. The signatures on this and all other notes in this series are those of Graham Towers, the Bank of Canada's first Governor, and J.A.C. Osborne, Deputy Governor. The allegorical figure representing agriculture was based on a painting by Alonzo Foringer and was engraved by ABN's Will Jung.

1 dollar 1935 - Canada Banknote

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Varieties AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
English - A - $17.10 $42.40 $68.90 $106 $205 $344
English - B - $21.00 $56.30 $77.30 $113 $246 $443
French - F - $37.50 $77.90 $126 $169 $334 $654
Varieties UNC-60 UNC-62 CUNC-63 CUNC-64 GUNC-65 GUNC-66 GUNC-67
English - A $553 $630 $673 $850 $1,140 $2,500 -
English - B $652 $780 $853 $932 $1,150 $3,740 -
French - F $1,200 $1,430 $1,550 $1,720 $2,010 $4,420 -
Varieties SP-60 SP-62 SP-63 SP-64 SP-65 SP-66 SP-67
English - A - - - - $2,250 - -
English - B - - - - - - -
French - F - - - - $2,700 - -

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Varieties and details

English - A

Banknote in english. Serial number starting with A.

1 dollar 1935 - Banknote - English - Serie A

English - B

Banknote in english. Serial number starting with B.

1 dollar 1935 - Banknote - English - Serie B

French - F

Banknote in french. Serial number starting with F.

1 dollar 1935 - Banknote - French - Serie F

Quantity printed

  • 1 dollar 1935 - English - A : 40,000,000
  • 1 dollar 1935 - English - B : 20,312,000
  • 1 dollar 1935 - French - F : 15,196,000

The values on this page are in Canadian dollars (CAD).

Last update : Thursday, September 10, 2020

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