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Topic: 1986 $5 ENX Crow/Bouey where is the YBPN  (Read 1271 times)
Punkys Dad
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« on: November 09, 2006, 02:18:58 am »

Hello all you Replacement note specialists,

I got a couple of these BC56aA replacement notes. This one note number ENX 2247351 happens to fall between the last quoted number 2242643* of the Yellow variety and before the blue numbers starting 2281348 reported by Charleton pg 316.
My first question is; Where is this yellow BPN anyway, I could see the blue one is found by the tree on the left.
My second is; Because the yellow number is soooooo cotton picking hard to read, is this why they changed it to blue?
And finally; Do I report this to Charleton to update his range for this variety? And How?

I could use new glasses. PD.
Hmmm...I'm having trouble uploading the pic even though it's way under 70k.
« Last Edit: November 09, 2006, 02:24:57 am by Punkys_Dad »

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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2006, 07:53:06 am »

Sounds like it is a YBPN as it is less than 5000 notes away from the highest yellow known before. Yes it is located in the same place as the blue number.

As far as i know and heard it was changed to blue because yellow was too hard to see.

You can post this in the CHARLTON UPDATES section of the forums and it will be passed on to Charlton's.

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