About #7 - 100 Dollars type 1866
Canada. Province of Canada. Issue from October 1, 1866, Ottawa. 100 Dollars Type 1866. Engraving: American Bank Note Company. Ltd, New York. Printer: British American Bank Note Company. Ltd., Montreal & Ottawa. Dimensions: 188 x 79 mm. No watermark. No security thread. Front and back: print in black and green. the front of the note is not found but should look like the banknotes of 50 or 500 Dollars: in the center, a portrait of Queen Victoria. The note probably contains a letter of alphabet "A, B, C, D, E ...". The banknote number is repeated twice and printed in blue (for Montreal) or red (for Toronto). The words "PAYABLE AT MONTREAL" or "PAYABLE AT TORONTO" are printed in green and wavy on each side of the central drawing. The value "$ 100" should be repeated twice and printed in green rosettes. The bill must include the handwritten signature of Deputy Receiver General T.D. Harington on the right and the signature of a local agent for the city of Montreal or Toronto on the left (Countersigned for Provincial Agents). Back: impression of multiple rosettes in green monochrome. The value "100" is printed in the center in a large rosette with the words "Province of Canada" on the sides. Uniface proof known from the back printed on cardboard. No banknotes issued were found for Montreal or Toronto.