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whitenite
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« Reply #15 on: January 01, 2021, 07:24:13 pm »

I have entered a number of IND $5 notes and all had the signature of Wilkins-Poloz  including the high note of IND 8966255 (33/33). Regarding the new signature of Macklem, it is different from the signature of the Macklem - Carney notes.  I have compared the signature of AHU 3921288 (51/51) and with GMG 8204013 (46/46) and it is typical of all of us as we age, our signatures become less distinctive (more straighter than wavy).
robb4640
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« Reply #16 on: January 02, 2021, 07:12:51 pm »

Here is IND 8604746 and as Whitenite has mentioned, the signature change may be in the 9m range. 

robb4640
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« Reply #17 on: January 17, 2021, 03:50:59 pm »

I just got a new batch of INA prefix notes from ATM.  Just wondered if anyone is interested in some sequential UNC notes send me PM otherwise i will put them back into circulation.  INA0505533 to INA0505546 and INA0504560 to 0504577.  I will hold on to them for a bit then if i don't hear anything back to circulation they will go.

AJG
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« Reply #18 on: February 15, 2021, 07:35:17 pm »

I did see a few INAs in Newfoundland as early as December, and they were all in the 4 million range.  Yep, I think it's safe to say that printer letter I has finally arrived to my province.

Considering that Newfoundland usually doesn't start getting new $5 and $20 bills until the spring (given their high demand) - possibly due to weather causing potential ferry delays and prompting the banks to order at least a three-month supply of money prior to Christmas - I suspect that INC or a new prefix in the new signature combo will appear in my province as early as April.  I strongly doubt banks in my region will receive orders of new INB and INDs, as they've been released in Canada many months ago.  Newfoundland seems to usually see new prefixes that are not as abundant in Canada.  I remember when the $5 Frontiers HCG first got reported on the forums, and there was a dry spell for such prefix for months or even over a year on end, and I suspected that prefix would be likely to arrive in Newfoundland.  It did.
 

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