Pick: #27 , Other: #DC-18
Canada. Power of Canada. 1900-1917 issues. 1 Dollar Type 1911. Date: January 3, 1911. Printer: American Bank Note Company, Ottawa (ABNC). Dimensions: 182 x 83 mm. Watermark: unknown. No security thread. Note printed by sheet of four copies with an identical sheet number or by sheet of eight copies with the different number following the order of the sheets (000001, 000002, etc.). The banknote number is repeated twice and printed in red at the top. The note contains a letter of control positioned under the value "ONE". The serial letter is printed twice on each side of the portraits. Front and back: print in black and green. Front: a frame with the value "1 ONE DOLLAR" repeated continuously and the value "1" printed in the corners. On the left, a portrait of Lord Gray, the Governor General and on the right a portrait of Lady Gray. "The Dominion of Canada" is printed in black above the portraits and below, the "ONE DOLLAR" is printed horizontally in white in a cartridge. Two signatures: on the left, the ticket is countersigned by an officer of the Finance Department and on the right the signature of T.C. Boville (For Minister of Finance). This type of banknote is characterized by the green or black spiral border on the banner above the signatures. Back: background composed of rosettes printed in green monochrome. The value "ONE 1" is printed in the corners. In the center, a view of the Ottawa Parliament with the main door in the foreground. "Dominion of Canada" is printed above the drawing. The photo note (Ref: # DC-18d) was sold in Choice Crisp Uncirculated at $ 1,955.00 by Heritage Auctions, Auction # 418, Lot # 15967, from The Halton Lake Collection, 2006.