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PowerPoint 3: Canadian Journey security features Lesson 1-2
Security features at a glance Metallic stripe Ghost image Dashes Puzzle number Raised ink
Metallic stripe Tilt the note back and forth. The numbers and maple leaves change colour.
Ghost image Hold the note up to the light and look through it. A small, ghost-like image of the portrait appears.
Puzzle number Hold the note up to the light and look through it. Irregular marks on the front and back of the note form a complete number.
Dashes Tilt the note: – Dashes shift from gold to green. – Small characters match the note’s value.
Dashes Hold the note up to the light and look through it. The dashes form a solid line.
Raised ink Feel the raised ink.
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