Country/Region of Manufacture Printed at. Rawdon, Wright & Hatch, of New York, USA. Cat # 770-14-34 Red Protector Series. What I mean by Beyond Rare is that a Rare bank note, there is still many other to be found.
This one, there is one and only one. Its for the serious collector that wants to own the gem, you own it and know there are no others.Five to Seven others known dated in the 1850's. This is the only one known from the 1840's. 1851 At the National Currency Collection of Canada 1851 From Charlton mini sale Dec. 1976 1852 From 1969 CNA Sale 1852 From 1976 CNA Sale 1856 From Institutional Collection 1856 From Private Collection 1856 From Private Collection. Face Design: Queen Victoria, (Chalon portrait) in oval/seated, Britannia lion Color: Black with no tint Back Design: Plain Printer: Rawdon, Wright & Hatch, of New York.
All notes have a small image of St. George slaying the dragon at the bottom center, encircled by'Bank of Upper Canada. Its also #19 is the series which makes it one of the first issued.Numbering started at 10001 this one serial # 10019. ALL COLLECTIONS ARE MISSING THIS NOTE. This is an Exceptional Opportunity for the SERIOUS COLLECTOR. The note pictured is the actual note you receive. The item "1846 Bank of Upper Canada $4 Dollar One Pound Note CCCS VG-8" is in sale since Saturday, November 17, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\North & Central America\Canada\Other Canadian Paper Money". The seller is "theryeguy" and is located in Chomedey, Laval. This item can be shipped worldwide.