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jasper
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« on: August 06, 2006, 11:41:39 am »

Why is the size of the B's for the BB* prefixes other than BBP and BBX not listed? I have a BBH that is large B, small B not I do not see this listed. Is this because all BBH's are this way?

I see there are distinctions between Thiessen-Crow BGA-BGZ for one small B, one large B and two small B's. Is this for the first and last letters being B, or is this listing in Charlton refering to cases like this BBH prefix?
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« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2006, 12:52:11 pm »

It is explained quite clearly on page 319. All BBP notes before BBP3499999 having large B's and #'s higher than bBP3500000 are all small b's.

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I see there are distinctions between Thiessen-Crow BGA-BGZ for one small B, one large B and two small B's. Is this for the first and last letters being B, or is this listing in Charlton refering to cases like this BBH prefix?

BGA-BGZ is one prefix run and BBA-BBZ is another prefix run, so they are refering to BGA-BGZ with small and large B's on each side of the same note's serial number,like this.

BGD1456322  bGD1456322
bGD3579123  bGD3579123
BGD8743901  BGD8743901

I hope I made it clear.

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« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2006, 01:45:35 pm »

Thanks. Yes it is clear now.
 

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