In this 3D concept design, three Canadian one-hundred-dollar bills are prominently featured. Each bill is suspended on a wooden clothes laundry hanger, creating an interesting visual element. The hangers are arranged in a way that allows the bills to hang freely, emphasizing their value and importance. with the portrait of (Sir Robert Laird Borden) a Canadian lawyer and politician who was the eighth prime minister of Canada from 1911 to 1920. As a backdrop, there is a subtle and slightly blurry silk fabric with the pattern of the Canadian flag. This adds a patriotic and national touch to the composition. In the center of the fabric, there's a bundle of money stacks neatly arranged, drawing attention to the theme of wealth and finance.Image ID#: 32810 / Category: Money, Designs / Price: 499$
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