New Polymer Canadian One Hundred Dollar Bill - Back - Stock Image

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Description
Angle Back of the new Canadian 100 dollar bill, released into circulation November 14, 2011. Made from a polymer of biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) it makes the bills more durable and harder to counterfeit. The back depicts a scientist doing research and a bottle of insulin. Showing Canada's contributions to medical research.

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