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Title: What does "good over" mean?
Post by: Canadian Bill on January 01, 2022, 08:26:42 pm
What does "good over" mean?  I've noticed this term recently and wonder if anyone knows the meaning?

Thanks,
Bill
Title: Re: What does "good over" mean?
Post by: BWJM on January 01, 2022, 09:53:44 pm
Let's say the current signatures being issued are Knight/Dodge.  The previous signatures were Knight/Thiessen.  If you find a skid of sheets of $5 bills that have not yet been numbered but they have Knight/Thiessen signatures and are otherwise perfect, run them through the numbering machines, slice them into individual notes, bundle them up and ship them out.  These notes, which are numbered later than all the other Knight/Thiessen $5s right in the middle of the Knight/Dodge $5s, are considered "good-overs."