CAN-S1930c-Bank of Prince Edward Island-2 Dollars (1877).jpg

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English: Bank of Prince Edward Island note, Two Dollars, (1872).
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Author British American Banknote Company (Montreal & Ottowa) for the Bank of Prince Edward Island
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