- Canadian banknote issuers
Banknotes have been issued in Canadaand the British colonies that confederated to form the Dominion of Canadafrom 1 July 1867.
Some issuers issued notes for more than one entity. For example, the
Bank of Montrealissued notes for both Lower Canadaand Quebec.
This listing does not include the Newfoundland banknote issuers.
Issuers that have a French name will have an English translation.
British Army Bill (1813-15). PS118A-120.
Alberta Alberta prosperity certificates British ColumbiaPS126-128. Nova ScotiaPS132-140. OntarioPS141-143. Prince Edward IslandPS144-157. Province of CanadaPS161-176.
Bank of British ColumbiaPS201-219. Bank of British North AmericaPS221-435. Bank of HamiltonPS441-468. Bank of MontrealPS471-564. Bank of New BrunswickPS571-599. Bank of Nova ScotiaPS601-633. Bank of OttawaPS636-664. Bank of TorontoPS666-693. Bank of VancouverPS696-700. Bank of YarmouthPS701-704.Banque Canadienne Nationale ( National Bank of Canada) PS706-717.Banque d'Hochelaga ( Bank of Hochelaga) PS721-815.Banque Internationale du Canada ( International Bank of Canada) PS816-818.Banque Jacques Cartier ( Jacques Cartier Bank) PS821-837.Banque Nationale ( National Bank) PS841-875. Bank of the PeoplePS875A-875E.Banque du Peuple ( Bank of the People) PS876-909.Banque Provincale du Canada ( Provincial Bank of Canada) PS911-922.Banque de St. Hyacinthe ( Bank of Saint Hyacinthe) PS924-929.Banque de St. Jean ( Bank of Saint Jean) PS931-935.Banque Ville Marie PS936-946. Barclays Bank (Canada)PS947-951. Canadian Bank of CommercePS952-972. City BankPS972A-972C. Commercial Bank of CanadaPS973-996. Commercial Bank of ManitobaPS997-1000. Commercial Bank of the Midland DistrictPS1000A-1000W. Commercial Bank of WindsorPS1001-1004. Crown Bank of CanadaPS1006-1009. Dominion BankPS1011-1036. Eastern Townships BankPS1041-1057. Exchange Bank of YarmouthPS1058-1060. Farmers Bank of CanadaPS1061-1065. Gore BankPS1066-1069. Halifax Banking CompanyPS1070-1086. Home Bank of CanadaPS1087-1091. Hudson's Bay CompanyPS1095-1121. Imperial Bank of CanadaPS1122-1145H. Merchants' Bank of CanadaPS1146-1173. Merchants' Bank of HalifaxPS1174-1189. Merchants' Bank of Prince Edward IslandPS1191-1196. Metropolitan BankPS1197-1201. Molsons BankPS1202-1243. Montreal BankPS1243A-1243K. Niagara District BankPS1243L-1243V. Northern BankPS1244-1247. Northern Crown BankPS1248-1251. Ontario BankPS1252-1286. Peoples' Bank of HalifaxPS1287-1290. Peoples' Bank of New BrunswickPS1291-1302. Quebec BankPS1306-1368. Royal Bank of CanadaPS1369-1394. Saint Lawrence BankPS1395-1399. Saint Stephen's BankPS1400-1430. Sovereign Bank of CanadaPS1431-1434. Standard Bank of CanadaPS1435-1447. Sterling Bank of CanadaPS1448-1453. Summerside Bank of Prince Edward IslandPS1454-1465. Traders' Bank of CanadaPS1466-1482. Union Bank of CanadaPS1483-1507. Union Bank of HalifaxPS1511-1521. Union Bank of Lower CanadaPS1521A-1521J. Union Bank of Prince Edward IslandPS1522-1533. United Empire Bank of CanadaPS1534-1535. Western Bank of CanadaPS1536-1538. Weyburn Security BankPS1539-1541.
purious or Expired Banks
Bank of AcadiaPS1542-1545. Accommodation BankPS1546-1547. Agricultural Bank, MontrealPS1548-1550. Agricultural Bank, TorontoPS1551-1564. Arman's BankPS1565-1567.Banque de Boucherville ( Bank of Boucherville) PS1568. Bank of BrantfordPS1569-1576. British Canadian BankPS1577-1578. Canada Bank, MontrealPS1579-1580. Canada Bank, TorontoPS1581-1583. Bank of Canada, MontrealPS1584-1595.Banque Canadienne ( Canadian Bank) PS1596-1599. Central Bank of CanadaPS1600-1602. Central Bank of New BrunswickPS1603-1617. Charlotte County BankPS1618-1622. Bank of CharlottetownPS1623-1625.
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