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« on: January 18, 2007, 01:44:25 am »

Has Anyone actually found any AOH (9.240M - 9.280M) Inserts?

I am curious about what serials numbers anyone has seen. I have asked around and no one has seen any of these inserts.

They seem like a difficult range to get....  :-/


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« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2007, 11:20:53 am »

An AOH insert recently went for $113+ on ebay.  :o   Not sure the exact serial number.  I do not know how scarce AOH are.

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« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2007, 04:43:59 pm »

WOW!!!!  :o

I would like to know what range it was....

I am trying to put together an idea how many notes are actually in this range. I would GREATLY appreciate if anyone can forward Serial Numbers to me for a Database. I do not record who has what notes. I just want serial numbers with Front & Back Plate numbers.

The Range is 40,000 but I think the actual number of notes is VERY small.  :-? They might be comparable to the 2002 $5 HOG (High Range) Inserts I think.

Anyone with information please PM me.

I appreciate it.




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« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2007, 12:03:39 am »

PLease keep in mind that some AOK inserts have been found in sections of sheets, and then as singles, meaning that the cousin notes in the sheet did were not replaced in other bricks. Very weird. The AOH could be the same way. Too early to tell.

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« Reply #4 on: January 19, 2007, 12:07:52 am »

Very Interesting.

I have started the Database. I have had some feedback but I am keeping track of all Serials in this range found.

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« Reply #5 on: January 20, 2007, 08:51:52 pm »

canada-banknotes posted a note about the ranges under the inserts and replacements section of this forum...see his comments below (I removed the notes about the AOK ranges)
http://www.cdnpapermoney.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1166273144/1#1

These ranges will appear in his January 2007 list and will subsequently be uploaded to the Wiki site.

AOH     9.225M - 9.315M        90K  
AOH     9.495M - 9.585M        90K  

The following ranges are "suspected ranges" but have yet to be confirmed:

AOH     9.855M - 9.900M        45K  

The AOH inserts are still being found across Canada so ranges could change or combine as future finds are reported.

Hope this helps you range finding. ::)
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« Reply #6 on: January 20, 2007, 09:30:30 pm »

AOH9252773 found (and purchased) on EBay. Found in a brick between AOJ9372416 and AOJ9372418.

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« Reply #7 on: January 20, 2007, 11:41:59 pm »

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These ranges will appear in his January 2007 list and will subsequently be uploaded to the Wiki site.
 
AOH     9.225M - 9.315M        90K  
AOH     9.495M - 9.585M        90K  
 
The following ranges are "suspected ranges" but have yet to be confirmed:
 
AOH     9.855M - 9.900M        45K  


Just to be clear on this for everyone, these ranges which were provided as tentative ranges, from Gilles given to canada-banknotes, have in fact been scaled down to ranges of 40,000 (from 45,000).  The above information was given out a matter of hours before I sent my research to Gilles regarding the evidence of the sheets containing 40 notes (as opposed to 45), which has been confirmed and approved after close analysis from what I understand.

That is the great part about this hobby- the hard work that many people put into this. When we all
do our part and work together, we can maximize accuracy.  This is a specific pat on the back to all brick searchers and researchers for helping us learn more about our notes.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2007, 11:42:54 pm by hudsonab »

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« Reply #8 on: January 21, 2007, 12:48:24 am »

I want to thank everyone for passing on the information to me.  :)

Keep it coming!

Please report Note Replaced, Plate numbers (Insert and Notes Found in) if possible.  ;)
This will help determine if they are Single Replacements or Sheet Replacements.

I am starting to get a picture of what is going on but I need more notes to fill in the gaps.

Keep Up The Good Work! So Far EVERY one of these notes have been found ONLY in AOJ Prefix Bricks. I would like to know if any are being found in AOK? From what I understand AOK are being found in AOK. So that leaves one more, AOH????

Does anyone have any preliminary information for AOH Inserts being found in AOH Bricks?

Thank You Very Much!
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« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2007, 01:54:42 pm »

For anyone who is finding replacements, the info as Cam mentions should also be reported to sudzee.  Exactly as described; brick, note removed, note replaced with, and fp/bps of both.

From that point, finds are compiled analyzed, by numerous people, including at least one regional director of the Canadian Paper Money Society.  Brick searchers, this is the chain of information processing that should be happening.  This is the route that will confirm, validify, or even prove/disprove claims of findings (having to so with sheet inserts and single inserts).  Please ensure you send brick information to sudzee in addition to whoever else.

For the record I have found one AOH in and AOK brick. Infact, within one BUNDLE, I found an AOH insert, AND an AOK insert. Brick was shrink wrapped upon start of research.

I had cousin bricks of this said one above, which were not missing the corresponding sheet notes, therefore showing that BABN is replacing $5s in singles as well as sheets.
« Last Edit: January 22, 2007, 03:46:34 am by hudsonab »

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« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2007, 11:16:19 am »

Why the intere$t in AOH 9.240 - 9.280? Why not AOK 1.88 - 1.92, AOK 2.84 - 2.88 or AOH 9.46 - 9.52?
These are relatively new inserts and are still being discovered. Compiling data and a registry on these notes makes no sense at this stage. The information gathered today will have little or minimal significance on the overall picture of these inserts in the future.

For people who like to gather data on recent $5 and $10 inserts, here is a list of notes that are highly sought after by collectors. Gather information or do a registry on these notes instead.
HNM 2.14 - 2.16, HNM 2.44 - 2.46,  HOG 9.92 - 9.94, HOP 0.92 - 0.94, BEV 0.023 - 0.033,
BEV 0.777 - 0.787 and FEP 0.068 - 0.101.

$o my question is why AOH 9.240 - 9.280?
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« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2007, 02:04:31 pm »

Hi Dr. Bill

The reason for do the research on this range is due to the very limited number found. it is also the FIRST range in the new Notes. Traditionally if you look back it seems to be an important range.

Also to the fact that prices are getting high on on these notes fairly quickly so there might be a reason for it.

I have chosen this range because no one else is going it either. There has been favorable Interest in doing this range and have had the co-operation of almost everyone.

If you have Information to share it would be greatly appreciated.
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« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2007, 02:39:59 pm »

Hi X-Savior,

Your explanations are full of holes!

The inserts are just starting to come out for this new series, so I don't know how you can determine it's very limited!

One AOH (9.240M - 9.280M) insert sold for $54.00 Cdn yesterday on ebay, and it includes 2 shoulder notes. I don't see high prices.  Ebay #170073689526  

Importance is not determined by being FIRST, unless you are in a race. Importance and significance in this case are determined by supply and demand. it's the law of economics.


You are doing this range because no one else is doing it. That's interesting.
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« Reply #13 on: January 30, 2007, 04:08:51 pm »

Well,

Dr. Bill, you can pay whatever you wish to pay for these notes. Charlton is just a guide and so is trend. It does not mean you HAVE to pay that for an item.

Right now ebay is very slow. I would expect lower prices on many items. Good chance for you to get some great deals.

I will continue collecting information on this insert range. I am not sure why you seem to object to the collection of information on these notes. If anything it may prove these notes not to be as rare to first thought. I want to know either way, and so do many other people.

If you wish not to help, no one is forcing you.

As a community there has been very positive feedback regarding the investigation into this Insert range. So I will continue.

Thank you for your time.

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« Reply #14 on: January 30, 2007, 05:24:45 pm »

I am not objecting to information gathering on these AOH (9.240M - 9.280M) or any other inserts.
I am a very open minded person. I am just curious to know why it's only AOH (9.240M - 9.280M).
There are better inserts to devote your time to!

What I am objecting to is the false assumption you made and the hype that goes with it!
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« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2007, 07:22:18 pm »

There is no hype, and no assumptions.

I am just stating my own opinion. It could also be VERY wrong. I have chosen this range because it is the oldest Insert range in the new $5 notes. Thus the most information available at this time.

As previously stated there has been Interest in this particular range. So this is the range I have chosen plain and simple. I do not have the time to do several ranges at the same time. When I am satisfied that we have a fairly complete picture of how these notes go I may take on another range (The Lower range AOK is my next thought).

One thing I have learned is NO information is useless. So in the end, the information this yields will help further the hobby.

I am also enjoying researching this range, after all... this IS a hobby!

If you think time would be better spent on another range feel free to lead the charge!

Thank You!
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« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2007, 11:54:35 pm »

AOH9252773 recieved off Ebay today. FPN 94, BPN 60. Found between AOJ9372416 and AOJ9372418, replacing note AOJ9372417. Shoulder notes are FPN 94, BPN 60.

Hmmm, identical plate numbers. Interesting!  ;)

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« Reply #17 on: April 23, 2007, 02:46:24 pm »

X-Savior,

I had went through some stuff in march, hope this helps.
The bricks started at 0001 insert was under 0001 replacing 0000 I think they did this so it would not confuse anyone as to what actual brick it was.
I just copied and pasted from my own spreadsheet.

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Bill Date  Brick Name  Insert Note F/P   B/P   Bill Before F/P   B/P   Bill After  F/P   B/P   COMMENTS
                                 
 $10.00  3/15/2007   BTE7263000  n/a                           FP75 BP79 ALL
                                   
 $5.00      AOJ4893001  AOH9253189  93 98 AOJ4893001  93 98 AOJ4893002  93 98 No 4893000 in brick
 $5.00     AOJ4893001  AOH9253190  93 98 AOJ4893114  93 98 INSERTS FOLLOW      
 $5.00      AOJ4893001  AOH9253191  93 98                  
 $5.00      AOJ4893001  AOH9253192  93 98          AOJ4893118  93 98
 $5.00      AOJ4893001  AOH9253193  93 98 AOJ4893907  93 98 AOJ4893909  93 98
                                   
 $5.00      AOJ4892001  AOH9252189  94 60 AOJ4892001  94 60 AOJ4892002  94 60 No 4892000 in brick
 $5.00     AOJ4892001  AOH9252190  94 60 AOJ4892114  94 60 INSERTS FOLLOW      
 $5.00      AOJ4892001  AOH9252191  94 60                  
 $5.00      AOJ4892001  AOH9252192  94 60          AOJ4892118  94 60
 $5.00      AOJ4892001  AOH9252193  94 60 AOJ4892907  94 60 AOJ4899209  94 60

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« Reply #18 on: April 23, 2007, 05:17:03 pm »

Hi Dredge!

Thank you for the info. It has been added to the registry.

I really appreciate the details!  :)

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« Reply #19 on: July 16, 2008, 06:22:05 pm »

hello all

i am new here, i have read  a lot on AOH, I'm trying to get more info on it, i know
the subject is  a year old but if it can help someone, or if someone can help me, it will be appreciated
i have found this note circulated in VF=AOH9271658 today July 16 2008 rawdon Quebec if someone know the value of it,  thanks Mario

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« Reply #20 on: July 16, 2008, 06:46:11 pm »

Hello Slackjack,

Right now in the Charlton 20th the value for this VF  note is face value, mean 5$, a Gem AOH would have a value of 55$

The new book should come out in August maybe will go higher a little bit...

By the way my friend, next time use the section "What is worth" many people look there and give help !

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