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friedsquid
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« on: March 29, 2007, 01:46:17 am »

ALK9848792 insert found between ALR3368062 and ALR3368063

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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2007, 06:49:26 pm »

First of all this was a sealed and unhampered brick. (I only had the one brick)
Each bundle of 100 notes was individually banded as well as all ten bundles where banded and packaged in a sealed plastic wrapper.
The brick started at ALR3368000-ALR3368999
I am not really familiar with the process, yet I will give you the information as best I can.
I assume that you will be able to interpret it. I would appreciate any opinion you could give me on an estimated of value of the inserts and whether or not the surrounding bills are worth holding onto?
It appears the inserts are only in the first bundle yet I am going to go through the rest now to ensure I did not miss anything.

ALR3368000-ALR3368062 all consecutive in sequence none missing

ALK9848792  FP 87 BP 92
ALR3368063
ALK9848791 FP 87 BP 92        ALR3368064 missing
ALR3368065
ALK9848790 FP 87 BP 92        ALR3368066 missing
ALR3368067
ALK9848789  FP 87 BP 92       ALR3368068 missing
ALR3368069
ALK9848788  FP 87 BP 92       ALR3368070 missing
ALR3368071
ALK9848787  FP 87 BP 92       ALR3368072 missing
ALR3368073
ALK9848786  FP 87 BP 92       ALR3368074 missing
ALR3368075
ALK9848785  FP 87 BP 92       ALR3368076 missing
ALR3368077                          ALR3368078 missing
ALR3368079                          ALR3368080 missing
ALK9848770  FP 87 BP 92
ALR3368081
ALK9922812 FP 81 BP 72         ALR336882 missing

ALR3368083-ALR3368099 all consecutive in sequence none missing

Please give me any feedback you have. There is a good chance except for the inserts and a few others the brick will be disbursed tomorrow

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« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2007, 08:00:41 pm »

Just want to make sure:
Brick: ALR 3368000 - 3368999
3368000-062, then ALK9848792, then
3368063, then
3368064 missing, and replaced by ALK9848791 FP 87 BP 92
3368065
3368066 missing, and replaced by ALK9848790 FP 87 BP 92
3368067
3368068 missing, and replaced by ALK9848789 FP 87 BP 92
3368069
3368070 missing, and replaced by ALK9848788 FP 87 BP 92
3368071
3368072 missing, and replaced by ALK9848787 FP 87 BP 92
3368073
3368074 missing, and replaced by ALK9848786 FP 87 BP 92
3368075
3368076 missing, and replaced by ALK9848785 FP 87 BP 92
3368077
3368078 missing, and replaced by ALK9848784 FP 87 BP 92
3368079
3368080 missing, and replaced by ALK9848770 FP 87 BP 92
3368081
3368082 missing, and replaced by ALK9922812 FP 81 BP 72  (this should be 61/72 if you look closer)


Okay now one more things...  what are the FP/BP  of the ALR notes?

Just make sure to put the ifs, ands, and buts, and commas in your posts with this stuff, otherwise it is very tricky.

Thanks again
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« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2007, 08:16:05 pm »

Definitely could be 61 very hard to see even with magnify glass I asked 3 people here and probably 61
Otherwise what you repeated is correct
I will look at FP BP # now

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« Reply #4 on: March 29, 2007, 08:39:00 pm »

FP 87 and BP 92 for all of the ALR


IMPORTANT
 ALK9922812 FP 72 BP 61
does this make more sense?
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« Reply #5 on: March 29, 2007, 09:46:41 pm »

Yes it means that perhaps:
The larger group may come from sheets,
and
the last one with differing FP/BP may be from a smaller single note range.

To be sure, we need to see more brick info from neighboring bricks.

Thanks for the update to the info--

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