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Post by Francis » Thu Sep 09, 2004 2:09 pm

ummm so it's similar to the Spanish Bah
Same as in dutch.
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Post by Fonzie » Tue Oct 12, 2004 4:06 pm

Today I received a note with a girl's name (Tamara) written on it:

http://www.eurobilltracker.eu/index.php ... id=4021361

Unfortunatly she did not add her phone number :wink:

Maybe she is waiting for her own bills to come back?
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Post by Fons » Tue Oct 12, 2004 4:40 pm

I had a note with 'Yvonne via Jeroen' written on it.
And yesterday (or maybe last week) I had one with 'Joris Boot' written on it.

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Post by Ralf » Tue Oct 12, 2004 4:48 pm

yesterday I had a 5eu note with a smilly stamp on it :lol:

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Post by Klazu » Fri Nov 26, 2004 12:23 pm

Sometimes there are some notes that really catch you attention. Yesterday I received from a local bank this following note:

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back

You can guess that I was already thinking that I might have a hit bill from Spain, but NO! :(

There's somekind of signatures all over the bill and there reads "Pata Ricardo" on back of the bill. Very strange. 8O I was forced to leave some good comments about this bill. :D
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Post by Herr Kloßen » Fri Nov 26, 2004 2:21 pm

If you call that bill "badly worn", you have never been in Spain!

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Post by Klazu » Fri Nov 26, 2004 3:21 pm

Herr Kloßen wrote:If you call that bill "badly worn", you have never been in Spain!
You can't see the condition so good from the picture. I have a system to classify every note into different condition levels (see my profile for details). I use to estimate the quality of paper. This specific bill was already very worn and it would torn very easily. Believe you me, I have seen all kind of notes since I have entered almost 19 000 notes. :wink:

And if one wants to argue about this, one would say that this bill has seen Spain. I guess they threat money there a bit more careless than here in Finland...don't know for sure. :roll: 8)
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Post by Elmo » Fri Nov 26, 2004 3:42 pm

I received a pile of circulated Italian fivers, and one of them had Cosenza
stamped on it. So most probably this pile of fivers came from there and were
sent to here as pooling notes! 8O
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Post by bocky » Fri Nov 26, 2004 11:12 pm

Before I knew about EBT, I maked some bills with an X on the map, where Lisbon is, hoping that other people would do the same in other cities. And in another note (which has probably been removed from circulation by now!), I wrote on the front "draw your country's flag!" and drew the Portuguese flag below :lol:

As you can imagine, I was very happy when I found EBT, as I really wanted a way to track the notes :D

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Post by Klazu » Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:12 pm

I visited our local Lidl today (a place that I hate a lot!) but there wasn't any stamper. I found many stampers in Suomalainen Kirjakauppa (a book store) but the prices were from 30-60€!! 8O :x

Where should I turn now? I'm not gonna pay that much from a piece of plastic, but I would still like to have one... :(
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Post by Dakkus » Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:39 pm

Klazu wrote:I visited our local Lidl today (a place that I hate a lot!) but there wasn't any stamper. I found many stampers in Suomalainen Kirjakauppa (a book store) but the prices were from 30-60€!! 8O :x

Where should I turn now? I'm not gonna pay that much from a piece of plastic, but I would still like to have one... :(
What if I buy one and send it to you? You could then pay me back its price plus the shipping charges.
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Post by Klazu » Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:04 pm

Dakkus wrote:What if I buy one and send it to you? You could then pay me back its price plus the shipping charges.
Buy one ... from where? From some Helsinki's Lidl? If that's the case, I guess I must just look into some Lidl's in Southern-Finland next time I visit my relatives there. But thank you anyway for the suggestion! :wink:

But the thing I've been wondering is that has someone found a cheap stamper in Lidl (or in some other store) here in Finland. A stamper that would cost at maximum 15€. I know that Fjon found one in Dublin, but that won't help me. :)
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Post by Dakkus » Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:39 am

Klazu wrote:
Dakkus wrote:What if I buy one and send it to you? You could then pay me back its price plus the shipping charges.
Buy one ... from where? From some Helsinki's Lidl? If that's the case, I guess I must just look into some Lidl's in Southern-Finland next time I visit my relatives there. But thank you anyway for the suggestion! :wink:

But the thing I've been wondering is that has someone found a cheap stamper in Lidl (or in some other store) here in Finland. A stamper that would cost at maximum 15€. I know that Fjon found one in Dublin, but that won't help me. :)
I bought a stamper from Lidl for 4,99€.
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Post by Ernst » Sun Jan 23, 2005 11:11 pm

I went to my local Lidl some time ago but they were already gone, but fjon was successful:
http://www.eurobilltracker.eu/index.php ... id=5450951 :lol:

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Post by Klazu » Mon Jan 24, 2005 8:25 am

Ernst wrote:I went to my local Lidl some time ago but they were already gone, but fjon was successful:
http://www.eurobilltracker.eu/index.php ... id=5450951 :lol:
Yep, hope he'll be even more lucky in the future! :P
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