joergb30 wrote:a brandnew 20€ note with a high serial number:
S1079* J010I6 31.12.2003
ITALIAN 20-€-NOTES IN GERMANY
The production of new italian 20 €-notes seems to go on very fast - already the first digit with "1" is reached... . The next difficult step is to find out, if all those notes (with serial-numbers > S 0700000000) are pooling-notes and further, which notes are brought in circulation in which country...
FRENCH 20-€-NOTES IN GERMANY
I've noticed your big list of french 20 €-notes, too. It's right, a lot of french 20 €-notes circulate here in Germany, but none of my notes are uncirculated, so I can't say, if those are all pooling-notes. Now my question: Are all those notes vou've posted here uncirculated and fresh notes?? If it is so, we have a big problem, because the french way to create the system of serialnumbers ist very difficult to understand - it is a "higher mathematics"
Until now I suspected, that in Germany for 20 €-pooling-notes italian notes only were brought into circulation and french 20-€-notes came from other countries... .
I've to collect more details and I hope, that those details would bring us more clarity - the observations will be continued, of course...
No, my French notes don't look uncirculated and, as you can see the serials and short codes are different.
These € 20 notes I received from EKK Bank yesterday. There was no (origin) German note!
I can't believe that 's coincidence.
S0186* 20 J002G3 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 21:00:27
S0678* 20 J004D6 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 21:00:27
U2457* 20 L018C4 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 21:00:27
U0441* 20 E001A3 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 21:00:27
U0311* 20 L004C1 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 21:00:27
U2051* 20 L016F3 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 20:54:37
U1423* 20 L008G2 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 20:54:37
U0434* 20 L012D1 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 20:54:37
U1215* 20 L006E2 EUR 34125 Kassel 05.01.2004 20:54:37