Dominion of Canada 25-cent bank notes occupy a notable place in the annals of Canadian monetary history. These diminutive banknotes, colloquially known as shinplasters due to their small size and the tendency to be carried in one's shin pocket, played a crucial role in facilitating everyday transactions during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. With their distinctive designs and denominational prominence, shinplasters served as a practical means of exchange for small purchases, contributing to the smooth functioning of Canada's burgeoning economy. Dominion of Canada 25-cent bank notes remain revered by collectors and scholars, serving as enduring symbols of Canada's economic heritage and the ingenuity of its monetary system.
These Dominion of Canada bank notes are non-certified. Each note will arrive in an individual bank note holder. Simply select the year and grade to view availability.