for sale / PE 94 twenty dollar polymer note + bonus

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  1. silver addict

    silver addict Active Member Silver Stacker

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    hi stackers , i have a twenty dollar last prefix PE 94 polymer note

    this is for the serious polymer first and last prefix note collector

    the note has no tears , no pin holes , shows folds and creases and a few see thru spots

    i have had this note in my collection for 15 years

    would grade fine to vf

    on ebay i have seen them for 2k to 3k

    also i will add a rare set of 1996 4 consec prefixs $ 5 dollar notes with same numbers all in uncirculated condition ( taken from 4 different bundles of 100 notes )

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    $ 1500 with registered post

    cheers s . a .
     
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    Mleivers71 New Member

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    Hello I'm interested in this deal can I make you an offer to concider?
     
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    silver addict Active Member Silver Stacker

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    pm sent
     
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    GRETZKY427 Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Curious question, but should all notes have a different number (no one note having the same serial) ?

    Cheers, HAPPY STACKING :)
     
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    They do technically have a different serial number, they have a different prefix :)

    The way notes are printed is in large sheets of 40 notes (i think its 32 notes per sheet for the $100's and $50's), each sheet has an identical number, but a different prefix on each note.

    so it looks like this:

    AA AI BD BL CG
    AB AJ BE BM CH
    AC AK BF CA CI
    AD AL BG CB CJ
    AE AM BH CC CK
    AF BA BI CD CL
    AG BB BJ CE CM
    AH BC BK CF DA

    Also, prefix letters only go to the letter M before going to the next letter There are no prefixes for example AN or BZ etc, these prefixes are reserved for test notes, such as the $100 test notes in 1996 (prefixes AN - AZ, BN - BZ and CN to CS.
     

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