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CA_Banknotes
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« Reply #15 on: June 01, 2017, 11:22:33 am »

Nothing yet at any of the big 5's main branches in Toronto.

They really need to have a more timely way to roll out new notes!
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As of the lunch hour, both TD and CIBC main branches in downtown Toronto had supply.

Got $500 worth from each bank - CDA and CDB prefixes.
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I got some from TD branches in Milton & Burlington. Some branches had none (both BMO branches I tried had none). 

The notes seem to have a different texture than the regular $10 and they seem almost thicker.  Maybe its the ink? They are a much darker design too.  I really like them (now if I could only find a decent number!)   
CA_Banknotes
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Got a bundle from CIBC later this afternoon. First radar - though it's only a 4 digit.  ;D

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Picked up a bundle in town today.
No good numbers
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I got a few at RBC today - All CDB series.
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Scotiabank main commercial branch in Vancouver has almost always come through for me on the day of issue of a new bill. But not today.  :(

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Was able to get CDC39.... Notes at CIBC in Brantford  :)

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Got 2 nice bundles from TD this morning.......all were CDC but there were many inserts...............now I can't say if they are insert replacements until some further research.  All ten bundles in the brick were not machine counted or touched by bank staff.  Also the inserts are cut a bit different and stick out from edge by a mm................here is how they are arranged in the intact bundles......maybe someone can comment:

1st:  from face downwards the bundle starts at......CDC 2031989 to CDC 2031974....(2031973 missing).....next is CDC 2031972 to CDC 2031955....( 2031954 missing).........CDC 2031953 to CDC 2031901   then.........CDC 2032199 to CDC 2032187................making a complete 100 pieces.

So 13 "inserts" at bottom of bundle.......inserts cut 1mm larger and and the 'ridge' is obvious when resting bundle on edge.


2nd: From top of bundle down:  CDC 2031595  to  2031510  (2031509 missing)  CDC 2031507  to  2031501................then CDC 2031799, 98, 97........95, 94, ......92, 91

So 6 "inserts" at bottom.  (inserts would be "replacing" 2031509 and 2031596, 97, 98, 99, 00.
The inserts are cut to tolerance and are flush with edges.
Seem like replacements to me...............
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Sorry, on the 2nd bundle......it should read ......"CDC 2031508  to  2031501"
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Picked up some CDA in Saskatoon today. Gorgeous bills.
And like the prefix.



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Scotiabank Vancouver Broadway and Commercial has them, but they would only give me ten notes.

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I cleaned the Scotia main branch of their last 6 notes this morning.  :-D

BMO and RBC still had nothing, which was surprising as they've been pretty good with having new notes on the day of issue.

Got another bundle from the CIBC main branch, but no good numbers.

TD was the only bank which had a good supply around their branches - every branch I asked in the financial district had some.
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« Reply #28 on: June 02, 2017, 10:16:35 pm »

I got others today from RBC with CDA 380.... serial numbers.
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Got CDA 99***** and CDB 88***** at two CIBC branches today.
 

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