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Canadian Bank of Commerce - Banknotes

The Canadian Bank of Commerce was founded in 1867, and had hundreds of branches throughout Canada. It merged in 1961 with the Imperial Bank of Canada to form the CIBC. It produced banknotes from 1867 to 1935.

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1935

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1935

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1935 »

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1917

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1917

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1917 »

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1888 to 1912

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes ($5, $10, $20, $50 and $100) from 1888 to 1912 were printed by The American Bank Note Company.

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1879 and 1887

During this period, only a $5 dollar banknote was issued in 1879 and a $10 dollar in 1887, which is very scarce.

Canadian Bank of Commerce banknotes of 1867 to 1871

Between 1867 and 1871, $1, $2, $4, $5, $10 and $50 banknotes were produced for the Canadian Bank of Commerce.

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