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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Royal Bank of Canada

Around the turn of the 20th century, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) entered the West Indian economic arena. In September 1910, it acquired the Union Bank of Halifax and its branch in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and acquired the Bank of British Guiana in November 1913. It opened additional branches in Kingston and Bridgetown, Jamaica in 1911; Grenada in 1913; Antigua, Dominica, and Saint Kitts in 1915; Nevis, Tobago, and Montserrat in 1917; and Saint Lucia in 1920. By 1926, the bank had 27 branches in the wider Caribbean region, and it would ultimately issue several series of notes in nine different colonies. In 1915, the Royal Bank of Canada sought permission to issue $50,000 worth of notes in Dominica (1 pound sterling = $4.80, or $1 = 4 shillings and 2 pence).

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5 dollars
(B201a, PS111)

 
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5 dollars
(B201b, PS111)

 
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5 dollars
(B201as, PS111)

 
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5 dollars = 1 pound 10 pence
(B202a, PS112)

 
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5 dollars = 1 pound 10 pence
(B202ap, PS112)

 
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5 dollars = 1 pound 10 pence
(B203a, PS117)

 
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5 dollars = 1 pound 10 pence
(B203ap, PS117)

 
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