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Under the British rule, Pre-Confederation tokens, Bouquet Sous, Habitant Sous, half penny and penny tokens, served as coins until 1867 when Confederation formed the Dominion of Canada which started issuing decimal coins in 1870.
These tokens are classified as "semi-regal" as they were authorized by the colonial government.
Engraver: John Shaw
Depicts the standing figure of a habitat (a French-Canadian farmer) in winter dress, with his tuque (knit cap), frock overcoat of homespun with hood, moccasins, sash and whip. Province name above, value below.
PROVINCE DU CANADA
Depicts a seated female figure of Commerce with cornucopia facing right. Cliff in the background with fort flying flag. To her left, a beehive. To her right a sailing ship and a beaver. Shield with a lion in the foreground. Lettering above and below.
QUEBEC BANK TOKEN