5 dollars 1935 values and prices
The front features a portrait of Edward, Prince of Wales, the first son of King George V and Queen Mary. Edward is shown wearing the khaki uniform of a colonel. The portrait was based on a photograph credited to the famous British photographer, Vandyke, and owned by the Canadian Department of External Affairs. Harry P.Dawson, British American Bank Note Company's master engraver, engraved the allegorical figure representing electric power that appears on the back of the note.
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|English - A||-||$52.50||$141||$216||$381||$752||$1,280|
|French - F||-||$78.00||$158||$345||$736||$1,850||$3,390|
|English - A||$2,480||$2,660||$3,130||$3,910||$5,100||$8,000||-|
|French - F||$5,800||$7,100||$7,700||$8,300||$9,600||-||-|
|English - A||-||-||-||$2,010||$2,250||$3,840||-|
|French - F||-||-||-||-||$2,930||$4,540||-|
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Varieties and details
English - A
Banknote in english. Serial number starting with A.
French - F
Banknote in french. Serial number starting with F.
- 5 dollars 1935 - English - A : 6,140,000
- 5 dollars 1935 - French - F : 3,000,000
The values on this page are in Canadian dollars (CAD).
Last update : Thursday, September 10, 2020