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Preparatory sketch of Pierre Trudeau for his official portrait, 1991.
Preparatory sketch of Pierre Trudeau for his official portrait, 1991. Artist: Myfanwy Pavelic.
© Myfanwy Pavelic
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-140544
The unveiling of John Diefenbaker's official portrait, October 8, 1969.
The unveiling of John Diefenbaker's official portrait, October 8, 1969.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Duncan Cameron / National Archives of Canada, PA-190435
Photo of Prime Minister Mackenzie King taken for the carving of a portrait bust.
Photo of Prime Minister Mackenzie King taken for the carving of a portrait bust.
© Unknown
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-017289
Maquette of official sculpture of Pearson on Parliament Hill, 1988.
Maquette of official sculpture of Pearson on Parliament Hill, 1988.
© Crown / Public Works and Government Services Canada
Louis St. Laurent stamp, 1974.
Louis St. Laurent stamp, 1974.
© Canada Post 2001
Original design for Sir Robert Borden stamp, 1973.
Original design for Sir Robert Borden stamp, 1973.
© Canada Post 2001
The development of the 1935 $1000 note featuring Laurier.
The development of the 1935 $1000 note featuring Laurier.
© Bank of Canada, National Currency Collection
Bills bearing portraits of Laurier, Macdonald, Mackenzie King and Borden.
Bills bearing portraits of Laurier, Macdonald, Mackenzie King and Borden.
© Bank of Canada, National Currency Collection
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