PMG Registry Featured Set: Bank of Canada Set

Posted on 2/15/2022

This month’s featured set belongs to Ashish Koomar Soobah.

With so many impressive PMG Registry sets out there, it is a challenge to choose just one to write about. This month, we feature another one of our winning sets, a 2021 PMG Registry Best World Set winner. The truly remarkable Bank of Canada, 1935-Date with Replacements set by Ashish Koomar Soobah can be found here.

Canada, Bank of Canada 1935 $1 graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQ
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Canada sits in the top 10 in the PMG Population Report, and this set type is the second most-popular Canadian set category, with 25 participants to date. Ashish began assembling his set just a year ago. His passion for collecting and commitment to excellence is evident. Amazingly, in such a short time, he catapulted himself to the #1 spot with over 116,000 points!

Canada, Bank of Canada 1954 $1 graded PMG 66 Gem Uncirculated EPQ
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This set is a true pleasure to view, with 189 images and 190 comments. An impressive number of the notes are graded PMG 66 Gem Uncirculated EPQ. Ashish has set the bar high for his fellow competitors, to be sure. Offering an extensive and colorful presentation of the evolution of the Canadian Dollar, the slideshow is definitely worth the watch here.

Canada, Bank of Canada 2011 $100 Replacement/Star graded PMG 66 Gem Uncirculated EPQ
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Thank you, Ashish Koomar Soobah. We appreciate your contributions to the PMG Registry with this set and so many others. 2022 is sure to be stellar for all PMG collectors, and we look forward to your future updates!

Would you like your set to be chosen for a future article? 100% completion in a set is not always feasible. Our team features sets with thoughtful comments and images for their set descriptions and notes. It may be your set! Stay tuned.

The PMG Registry is a free online platform where collectors register and display their certified notes and can compete against other collectors around the world for recognition and prizes. This popular resource now boasts over 16,700 registered sets and over 86,000 registered notes.

Questions or comments? The PMG Registry team is here to help. To learn more about the PMG Registry, click here.

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