Currency Dominion of Canada 1923 One Dollar Banknote DC-25n or Pick 33n King George V Center
Description: A beautiful extremely fine banknote from the Dominion of Canada. This is the one dollar banknote dated July 2nd 1923 and signed by Campbell and Sellar. This large banknote is the black seal variety and the note is a group 3 with the prefix D. The note shows the bust of King George V of Great Britain in the center of the front with black over green design. The back is green and shows the Library of Parliament building in the center. The front shows the two signatures, the date, the serial number as well as the denomination spelled out and in numerals. This particular note has the serial number 7036300 and has the prefix "D". The note has no watermark and has been folded into fourth (i.e. is has three vertical folds with the one in the center being the most pronounced). Please carefully review the scans as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: July 2nd, 1923.
Printer: Canadian Banknote Company Limited.
Size: The banknote measures ~7 1/8" by ~3 3/8".
Pick Number: P 33n.
Condition: I would grade this banknote as a nice about extremely fine or better with all the details being preserved. The note is very attractive note, with light handling. It does have three folds which are well pronounced and having a strong crease in the center and hence our grade of about or almost extremely fine instead of a straight extremely fine. However, the paper is clean and bright and retains its original sheen. Corners may show slight evidence of rounding. There is also some slight signs of wear where a fold meets the edge. The note has no tears or splits. The edges are intact, the corners are intact, and the note has no graffiti, pinholes, or repairs. A nice note to add to your collection. Please see scans for additional condition information.