Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by FoundinTN, Oct 20, 2019.
Condition is bad,but I may keep it anyway.
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all the numbers. All I see is 00/07/1715.
The way you see it does not count. IMHO
@paddyman98, if I had a grandchild born on July 17, 2015, I'd snatch that note up in a heartbeat. I bet the little kid won't care about the zeroes. I'm going to mark this down on a calendar, since I can't ever recall disagreeing with one of your posts before .
Oh, I just recalled that many of my membership numbers, account numbers, etc., often begin with a bunch of zeroes. So, SOMEONE could legitimately consider this a birthday note.
@FoundinTN considers his note a keeper, he collects strictly from circulation. Nothing wrong with that.
Ok then.. Then I will just make up my own type of date serial number. How's this one I received this morning?
1965 12/20. And overinking on the 6!
You've got to stick to the coins, Paddy!
@paddyman98 I think the ebay description would would be Reverse Birthday note
@paddyman98 You know you're pushing the envelope with that being a birthday note, however, some people do read notes that way. Doesn't make it right.
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