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The Driwan’s Cybermuseum
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(Driwan Masterpiece Cybermuseum)Showcase:
The Unique Queen Elizabeth II Davil hair Canada Paper Money Collections
Dr Iwan collections This unique papermoney were out of circulations because the queen davil hair, and issuen the new design with normal hair.
The International collections
As some of you may or may not know, in 1954 the Bank of Canada produced an issue of banknotes, from $1 to $1000, which came to be known as the Devil’s Head issue of banknotes. These bills featured the face of Queen Elizabeth II on the right hand side of the face. Ofcourse, the Queen herself was not the devil being addressed here. The Devil’s Head feature of this banknote is featured in her hair. Can you find it on the banknote below?
Well, if you weren’t able to find it, I have circled it here:
Regardless of the circling, pointing, and explaining, however, a lot of people still have a hard time seeing this Devil’s face. Probably something to do with pre-conceived notions. So I have decided to take the mystery out of the face altogether. To avoid any confusion and debate, I have colored in the face for all to see:
After this printing mishap(?) the Bank of Canada re-issued the series, with some modifications to the highlights of the Queen’s hair, and so the banknotes were fixed. Anyways, maybe I am bad at explaining things, but I hope this clears up the mystery for those who I tried to show in person, and who still left confused as to the face.
1954 Bank of Canada $5 Dollar Bills
Beattie & Coyne
These are known as Devil’s Face as seen in the curls of the queen’s hair.
Condition is EF +
Bank of Canada 1954 ‘Devil’s Face’ Notes
The History of Canada QE II Davil Hair Papermoney
What are Devil’s Face notes?
- Early printings of the 1954 Bank of Canada issue show the image of a devil’s head in the Queen’s portrait. Highlights in the Queen’s hair, behind her ear, show a devil-like image. Controversy forced the redesign of the Queen’s portrait. The devilish image was eventually removed in a modified issue by darkening the highlights. The devil’s face close-up is shown above followed by the modified portrait.
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