Canadian shinplasters

Shinplasters circulated in the United States from 1837 to 1863, during the period known as the "Free Banking Period.". Canada. In Canada, the term shinplaster was widely used for 25-cent paper monetary notes which circulated in the 19th century and early 20th century.

Canadian Customers Taxes: The G.S.T. of 5 % for Canadian residents and the Q.S.T. of 9.975 % for Quebec residents ( or the H.S.T. for residents of the participating provinces) are also applicable to all successful bids as part of the purchase price. Shinplaster definition, a plaster for the shin or leg. See more.

"Shinplasters" - Canada's Beloved 25-Cent Notes At the time of the American Civil War, U.S. silver coin became depreciated by 5 percent relative to gold. The situation caused American silver, mostly of the 25-cent and 50-cent denominations, to pour into Canada, where it was still received at full face value. Canadian 25¢ "shinplaster", back (1900 / 1923) Shinplaster was a common name for paper money of low denomination, less than one dollar, circulating widely in the economies of the 19th century where there was a shortage of circulating coinage.

Canada: 1870 25 Cent Banknote Dominion of Canada DC-1a PMG VF25. $645.07 $455.34 ... Canadian 25¢ "shinplaster", back (1900 / 1923) Shinplaster was a common name for paper money of low denomination, less than one dollar, circulating widely in the economies of the 19th century where there was a shortage of circulating coinage. Shinplasters, or "calabashes" (as they were known in southern Queensland), were a feature of the Squatters' vast pastoral enterprises, and often circulated in the towns of the bush alongside and in place of legal tender. Canada 25 Cents Dominion Currency Banknote 1870 “B”. Canada 25 Cents Dominion Currency Banknote 1870 “B” This is a SCARCE VARIETY 19th Century Currency Banknote from Canada. This Canadian Bank Note was issued by the Dominion of Canada for 25 Cents in 1870. The Note features a Portrait of Britannia on the obverse. Canadian 25¢ "shinplaster", back (1900 / 1923) Shinplaster was a common name for paper money of low denomination, less than one dollar, circulating widely in the economies of the 19th century where there was a shortage of circulating coinage.