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Pooling system banknotes

Postby bhoeyb » Thu Dec 05, 2002 3:32 pm

We are starting to notice the pooling system is already active. At this topic, you can add the country and printcode from such notes.

    - 20 E Spanish V-notes printed by M007*, M008* and M009* found in Belgium
    - 20 E Spanish V-notes printed by M007* found in France
    - 20 E Spanish V-notes printed by M009* and M010* found in Ireland
    - 50 E Belgian Z-notes printed by T003* found in Greece and Canada
    - 20 E Italian S-notes printed by J006* found in Greece
    - 10 E Dutch P-notes printed by G006* found in Portugal
    - 100 E Finnish L-notes printed by L001* found in Luxembourg and Canada
    - 50 E Spanish V-notes printed by M010* found in The Netherlands
    - 10 E Irish T-notes found in Italy
    - 10 E Greek Y-notes in Portugal
    - 20 E German printed P-notes for The Netherlands in Finland
    - 5 E German X-notes printed by P007* found in Spain (Airport)



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Re: Pooling system banknotes

Postby thomas » Thu Dec 05, 2002 10:10 pm

    - one Z/50/T003-note found in Venice, Italy in November.

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Re: Pooling system banknotes

Postby thomas » Sat Dec 07, 2002 4:27 pm

    - quite a lot X14/10/P002-notes found in Germany first appearing in my data base in August.

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Postby bhoeyb » Sun Dec 08, 2002 3:10 pm

Look for quite a number of new consecutive foreign banknotes ... esp. when "new" or "uncirculated" is written in the comment of the note.

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Pooling or just traveling?

Postby hebben-en-houden » Wed Dec 11, 2002 12:30 am

Nice topic! :D

I have seen that the amount of Spanish 20 euro banknotes is a real lot and the reason must be the pooling system I guess, since the banknotes are beeing seen all over Belgium....

But: let us not forget, that there is a possibility the banknotes travel from different countries.. 8) 8)

So: maybe some truckdriver from Spain has paid in cash for some new cars in Belgium? It could be a possibility :roll:

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Re: Pooling or just traveling?

Postby bhoeyb » Wed Dec 11, 2002 12:54 am

hebben-en-houden wrote:So: maybe some truckdriver from Spain has paid in cash for some new cars in Belgium? It could be a possibility :roll:

8) Nah, not possible, I've got brand new Spanish 20E banknotes with consecutive serial numbers from the bank. I've seen that by other EBTers too ... 8)
It MUST be the pooling system :mrgreen: .

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Postby Tiger » Wed Dec 11, 2002 7:46 am

Yep, 50% of my 20 eur notes are M007 now!
And almost every day I get 2 or 3 consecutive serials...
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Postby Antti » Wed Dec 11, 2002 2:05 pm

It seems that pooling system doesn't (yet) affect Finland. I haven't noticed anything like that here.

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Pooling in Holland

Postby hebben-en-houden » Wed Dec 11, 2002 6:15 pm

I have the idea, that in Holland, the banks have good contacts with the German banknote printers.

If there is some kind of pooling going on between Holland and Germany, it is allmost impossible to see, since there are 20 % german banknotes in Holland allready... :)

So, maybe we are pooling but invisible :?
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Postby Skylimit » Thu Dec 12, 2002 8:24 pm

I entered two from this pool today
Time is on our side ...

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Re: Pooling system banknotes

Postby thomas » Thu Dec 12, 2002 10:52 pm

bhoeyb wrote:
    - Spanish V-notes printed by M007* found in Belgium and France
    - Spanish V-notes printed by M009* and M010* found in Ireland
    - Belgian Z-notes printed by T003* found in Greece and Canada
    - Italian S-notes printed by J006* found in Greece
    - Dutch P-notes printed by G006* found in Portugal

of which denomination are these notes?

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Postby Tiger » Thu Dec 12, 2002 11:11 pm

The Spanish M007 notes in Belgium are all 20 euro.
They really show up often ! About 25% of the 20 euro notes I see are Spanish here !
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Postby Mr Euro » Sat Dec 14, 2002 3:16 pm

In the last two weeks I went to two different ATMs and in both places I got two bills of 20 euro which have serialnumbers close to eachother. Spanish bills...

I bet this is to bring back the money that our Belgian tourists brought to Spain. Hopefully the recent trend of new Spanish users will keep on, so that we can check this theory of mine.

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Re: Pooling system banknotes

Postby BossaNova » Sat Dec 14, 2002 4:41 pm

thomas wrote:
bhoeyb wrote:

    - Dutch P-notes printed by G006* found in Portugal

of which denomination are these notes?


all I've seen are 10 euro notes...

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Re: Pooling system banknotes

Postby bhoeyb » Wed Jan 08, 2003 10:02 pm

thomas wrote:of which denomination are these notes?

:oops: Stupid me :oops: I've made another edit.

Sadly, serials and print codes are coded more in the new statistics so it's very hard to notice new pooling notes :( .


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