AGRO CHEQUE
Category Foreign Note


Details:

  • Denomination: 20.00
  • Issued on: 2012
  • Material: Pure Cotton
  • Printed At: Others
  • Currency Type: AGRO CHEQUE
  • Size: 69.85*152.4 MM MM
  • Governer: David Johnston
  • Quality: Common
  • Gifted From: Param
  • Leagality: legal
  • KM No: 0
  • OBV:
    The face featured a portrait of Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, the Royal Arms of Canada, and a picture of the Centre Block of the Parliament buildings. Security features visible from the face included a holographic stripe along the left side, depicting the number 20 alternated with maple leaves; a watermark of the Queens portrait; and a broken-up number 20, which resolved itself when backlit.
  • REV:
    The back depicted artworks by Bill Reid, notably his sculptures Raven and the First Men and Spirit of Haida Gwaii; it also had a quotation from Gabrielle Roy. The back also had a visible security feature: an interleaved metallic strip, reading 20 CAN repeatedly along its length.
  • Description:
    Introduced in 2004 and circulated until its replacement in 2012, the Canadian Journey Series 20-dollar note was predominantly green. The face featured a portrait of Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, the Royal Arms of Canada, and a picture of the Centre Block of the Parliament buildings. Security features visible from the face included a holographic stripe along the left side, depicting the number 20 alternated with maple leaves; a watermark of the Queens portrait; and a broken-up number 20, which resolved itself when backlit. The back depicted artworks by Bill Reid, notably his sculptures Raven and the First Men and Spirit of Haida Gwaii; it also had a quotation from Gabrielle Roy. The back also had a visible security feature: an interleaved metallic strip, reading 20 CAN repeatedly along its length. Yellow dots representing the EURion constellation could be found on both sides (and on all 2001 series notes). As well as textured printing, the 2004 design incorporates a special tactile feature similar to Braille dots for the blind indicating the denomination. The 2004 $20 note was awarded Bank Note of the Year by the International Bank Note Society in 2005. As with all modern Canadian banknotes, all text is in both English and French.

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