Category: Canadian Dollar
The next CAD 50 bills which is produced by our company is 50 Bills. The basic quantity offered for these bills is 40 which can be increased as per the requirement. Buy CAD 50 bills online from us as this note is quite popular to be used in the market and we sell it at very cheaper rates. The note is produced of high-quality polymer which makes it quite resistible. Other than this, our company majorly focuses on helping buyers to Buy undetectable counterfeit money at cheap rates.
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From the Frontier (2011–present) series. The current 50-dollar note is predominantly red in color and is printed on polymer (plastic), not paper. In addition to being more durable than the cotton-based paper they replaced, the new notes are also more secure. It was introduced into circulation on March 26, 2012 and is part of the new Polymer Series (2011).
The front features a portrait of William Lyon Mackenzie King. A large clear window runs vertically on the right hand side of the face of the note. There is a second metallic hologram image of King on the top of the window, and a hologram image of the Centre Block of the CAD 50 BILLS Parliament buildings on the bottom of the window.
A ribbon made of multiple number 50s weaves between the duplicate King portrait and the Centre Block. The top left corner of the note’s face has a metallic maple leaf surrounded by a transparent border. The reverse side depicts the Canadian Coast Guard Ship (CCGS) Amundsen, a research icebreaker. Because the note is plastic, the same clear windows and metallic images that are seen on the front are seen on the reverse. As well as textured printing, this design incorporates a special tactile feature similar to Braille dots for the blind indicating the denomination.
From the CAD 50 bills Journey (2004) series. It features, on the front, a portrait of William Lyon Mackenzie King, the coat of arms, and a picture of the Peace Tower of the Parliament buildings. Security features visible from the front include a hologram strip along the left side, depicting the number 50 alternated with maple leaves; a watermark of King’s portrait; and a broken-up number 50, which resolves itself when backlit.
The reverse side depicts themes in Canadian human rights history, such as the Famous Five celebrating the Persons case, and a volunteer medal commemorating Thérèse Casgrain; it also has a quotation from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The reverse also has a visible security feature: an interleaved metallic strip, reading ‘CAD 50 bills’ repeatedly along its length.
From the Birds of Canada (1988) series. It features, on the front, a portrait of William Lyon Mackenzie King, the coat of arms, and a picture of the Centre Block of Parliament. On the reverse side is a wilderness scene with a snowy owl. It also had a holographic sticker showing the amount in the top left side, which changes from gold to green when tilted.
The front has a wavy background of extremely small but still clear numeral CAD 50 bills . This “micro-printed” background is very hard to copy. Some of the printing is textured, and the raised ink can be felt.