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AngelaHCC
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Can anyone give me some information about these? Value? I've tried searching them online but haven't found them...

BWJM
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Have you tried contacting the club?  https://anpb.net/

BWJM, F.O.N.A.
Life Member of CPMS, RCNA, ONA, ANA, IBNS, WCS.
President, IBNS Ontario Chapter.
Treasurer, Waterloo Coin Society.
Show Chair, Cambridge Coin Show.
Fellow of the Ontario Numismatic Association.
AngelaHCC
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Yes, nothing yet.
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In 1994, the association issued its first series of commercial notes. A total of 126 sets of 3 tickets, 50¢, $1 and $2 went on sale at the annual exhibition.

About 80 sets were sold on the first day and a $5 bill was added thereafter.

The banknotes measure 3" by 6" and were laser-printed on antique steel blue Bond paper. The theme focused on means of transport from different eras.

The banknotes have the particularity of having a small metallic area on the front. The 50¢ bill has a small metallic blue circle showing the number 50, the $1 bill, a metallic red rectangle with the number 1, while the $2 and $5 bills have a gold metal square.

For the $5 bill, the denomination in the lower left and right corners is also metallic gold, while the ship on the back is entirely metallic silver.

Each banknote has a serial number. From "1994 JFL 001" to "1994 JFL 126" for the 50¢. The initials change to the other denominations, namely "NBL" for the $1, "JNL" for the $2 and "ANP" for the $5.

Each of the directors of the Board of Directors received a sheet of three identical uncut notes for each of the denominations. Note, however, that the ship on the back of the $5 was not metallized. The word "SPECIMEN 000" replaced the serial number.

All tickets were signed by hand by the President, Mr. Albert Lapalme, and the Treasurer, Mr. Jean Lafontaine.

Arthur Richards
Contributor, Charlton Catalogue of Canadian Government Paper Money, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 29th Edition
Pricing Panel Member, Charlton Catalogue of Canadian Government Paper Money, 21st Edition 2009
AngelaHCC
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Thank you for that information!
 

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