About #106 - 5 Dollars type 2013
Canada. Bank of Canada. 2011-2017 Issue. 5 Dollars Type 2013. Date of introduction: 07-11-2013. Dimensions: 152 x 70 mm. Banknote made of "polypropylene" with new security features. Printer: Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited (CBNC) with the prefix "H". Front and back: Multicolored print predominantly blue and green. Texts in English and French. Description of the front: security background composed of small repetitive graphics in color gradients. In the center, a portrait of Sir Henry Charles Wilfrid Laurier and the legend text below. No more security thread or watermark. These are replaced on the right, by a transparent holographic band with changing colors, containing a miniature version of the portrait, the value "5" printed in rehearsal, and down, the tower of the west building of the Parliament of Ottawa. On the sides of this transparent band, a border of maple leaves in blue and the curved text of the issuing institute "BANQUE DU CANADA - BANK OF CANADA" highlighted by a line of numbers "5". On the left, the word "CANADA" printed in white. Below, a transparent window in the shape of a frosted maple leaf. At the bottom, the value "5" and the two signatures are printed in blue. Three variants of signatures are known with The Deputy Governor and The Governor. Back side description: "The vignette on the back of the note features the Canadian-built Mobile Servicing System. The system consists of the Canadarm2, Dextre and the Mobile Base, which are robotic tools used to help assemble and maintain the space station while in orbit. The image of the astronaut acknowledges all of the Canadians who have contributed to the space program and is based on photographs provided by the Canadian Space Agency" (Source: Bank of Canada Museum). At the bottom, the serial number is printed twice in black. The letter-prefix for the replacement note has not yet been defined by the Bank of Canada.