PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. Shares of $50. black, gold, gold seal. No 46. Vignette of a fox. Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, was once renowned for its silver fox ranches, but in fact many foxes run wild in the fields and forests. Farming of the fur-bearing animals began in 1894, bringing prosperity to the nearby town of Alberton. Silver fox farming remained profitable through the 1940s.
Date: March 1914
Startprice: € 50