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Topic: 1979 $20 replacement sign  (Read 4279 times)
Fred_Gauthier
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« on: October 12, 2005, 12:17:18 am »

I can't found it in my books, but what is the sign for replacement notes from this series?
Tom
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« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2005, 12:35:24 am »

In the 1979 $20 notes, either 510 or 516 start the serial number.  

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Fred_Gauthier
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« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2005, 06:32:23 pm »

Ok then, 561 is not good?

Thanks!
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« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2005, 06:34:52 pm »

No, 561..... is a regular issued note with Crow-Bouey. Here is how it works for the 1979 notes
The first number is the denominational number: 3 or 5.  the second is the printer: 0,2,6 for regular or 10,16 for replacement and 30 is test) and the next two are the series number. Finally the last 7 numbers is your regular standard serial number. So if you think about it, the first 4 numbers are like your two or three letter prefixes.
1979 $5
Lawson-Bouey 3000-3046 -Regular
Lawson-Bouey 3100 -Replacement
Lawson-Bouey 3300 -Test (scarce)
Crow-Bouey 3046-3058 -Regular
Crow-Bouey 3100 -Replacement
1979 $20
Lawson-Bouey 5000-5067 -Regular
Lawson-Bouey 5100 -Replacement (scarce)
Crow-Bouey 5067-5099 -Regular
Crow-Bouey 5200-5205 -Regular
Crow-Bouey 5600-5649 -Regular
Crow-Bouey 5100 -Replacement
Crow-Bouey 5160 -Replacement
Thiessen-Crow 5205-5266 -Regular
Thiessen-Crow 5649-5695 -Regular
Thiessen-Crow 5100 -Replacement
Thiessen-Crow 5160 -Replacement
Hope this helps
Fred_Gauthier
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« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2005, 11:34:08 pm »

If this helps? Oh my G**, this helps a lot. How you know all that?

Thanks again,

Fred
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« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2005, 12:14:28 am »

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If this helps? Oh my G**, this helps a lot. How you know all that?

Thanks again,

Fred

Im glad i can help. This is all in the charlton guide. But i also know this from experience as this was the 20-series in issue when i first started collecting. I had always noticed that it was always 50, 52 and 56 always comming outta the machine. It was very hard to find any 510 or 516 notes particularly the crow-bouey and the Lawson-Bouey were especially hard to find. I guess thats why the prices of those such notes in UNC have increased considerably over the past few years.  ;)
 

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