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mmars
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« on: May 24, 2012, 02:31:12 pm »

I have the Charlton catalogues going back to the 4th edition (1991) and they all say pretty much the same thing about the 1971 $10 Lawson-Bouey EET "good-over" range.  In no uncertain terms, the endpoints of the range are stated to be EET 9360000 and EET 9999999.  The CPM Wiki contains details of only 11 notes from this range, and as expected, that's not good coverage of a range of 640,000 notes.

I would like to know how the endpoints were determined and if they can be said to be "confirmed" as the Wiki states they are.  Was any information provided by the Bank of Canada?

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« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2012, 02:58:41 pm »

The end-points listed in Charlton were confirmed by the Bank of Canada. There is still a lot of uncertainty within that range. Is it possible that within that range some notes may have been printed with Crow-Bouey?
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« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2012, 12:13:47 am »

The end-points listed in Charlton were confirmed by the Bank of Canada. There is still a lot of uncertainty within that range. Is it possible that within that range some notes may have been printed with Crow-Bouey?

Can you point me to some documentation that substantiates this confirmation?  If it was confirmed, then there would need to be the discovery of Crow-Bouey notes within the range to make the Bank's confirmation meaningless.  I have never heard to any Crow-Bouey EET notes in the good-over range of 9360000-9999999.

I searched the Currency Museum for EET goodovers and they don't have any.

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