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Topic: Rotator Pairs & Reflector Pairs  (Read 3231 times)
Hunter
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« on: May 14, 2011, 10:14:46 pm »

How about taking two different notes and by rotating either one doesn’t matter which you’ll get the same serial number as the other one. You would have a “Rotator Pair".
AAA6000088
AAA8800009

Or “Reflector Pairs” If you take two different notes and hold up either one doesn’t matter which to a mirror and read it you would find that they are the mirror reflections of each other.
BEK8088000
BEK0008808 

Do you like the idea or maybe not so much?

Is it just a harmless prefix-kix or do I live for that next prefix-fix?
ikandiggit
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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2011, 10:27:30 am »

I've seen U.S. sellers advertise sets of notes like these but I don't know if they've had any success with them.

Personally, I think they look interesting but I wouldn't purchase them. However, if I found them at face I would keep them.
Mortgage Guy
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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2011, 07:08:31 pm »

I personally love patterns that take multiple notes to create something interesting. There are soo many possibilities that it truly is endless. Here's on example of something a I call a 3 Over 7 Complete set. It's a 3 digit repeater that takes 21 digits or 3 bank notes to create it's full pattern.

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