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Re: Stamped notes

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This time it's clearly some Lithuanian text printed on the :note-5: banknote:
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Does someone know what kind of stamp this is?
It’s a hit so it would be pretty cool to know where it already was before
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Re: Stamped notes

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What coin is that? :o
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Montgomery Burns wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 1:39 pm
What coin is that? :o
I read LATVIJAS PREZIDENTÜRA ES PADOMĒ
and a site adress EU2015.LV.

According to Saint Google it means

Presidential Council of Latvia.

But the site says

Latvian Presidency of the EU Council.
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Montgomery Burns wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 1:39 pm
What coin is that? :o
Presidency of the council of the EU 2015 Latvia
1Mio minted
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Right-o lads, thanks. Hope to catch one someday!
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The :note-20: looks like a d!ck yea :mrgreen:
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Re: Stamped notes

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I've gathered from earlier posts on this forum that stamping notes with the eurobilltracker website is uncommon. As a Where's George and Where's Willy user accustomed to marking my bills, how do you get hits if you don't mark bills? I've entered bills on two occasions, I spent unmarked bills in France with no hits, and handwritten notes in the Netherlands with no hits. I'm visiting Italy this fall, so would handwritten/rubber stamped notes have more success there? Any advice is appreciated! -Danny
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DK28082 wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:23 am
I've gathered from earlier posts on this forum that stamping notes with the eurobilltracker website is uncommon. As a Where's George and Where's Willy user accustomed to marking my bills, how do you get hits if you don't mark bills? I've entered bills on two occasions, I spent unmarked bills in France with no hits, and handwritten notes in the Netherlands with no hits. I'm visiting Italy this fall, so would handwritten/rubber stamped notes have more success there? Any advice is appreciated! -Danny
I personally put the url for ebt very rarely, maybe just a little over a hundred times, and I had just one hit this way, all the others came by chance.
That said, your mileage may vary: some users stamp notes regularly and get hits, so you never know.
May I ask where are you going in Italy? I look forward to finding your notes.
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DK28082 wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:23 am
Any advice is appreciated!
Hi Danny.

It's not at all certain that stamped Euro banknotes get more hits than unstamped ones. I don't know what's it like in the US, but in vast majority of European banks, clerks follow the ECB rules, ordering banks send them to their respective central banks, who are instructed to destroy all stamped notes. So, even if a stamped note may have a better chance of being registered again once it reaches a new user, the chances of reaching new users is drastically decreased.
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lmviterbo wrote:
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DK28082 wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:23 am
Any advice is appreciated!
Hi Danny.

It's not at all certain that stamped Euro banknotes get more hits than unstamped ones. I don't know what's it like in the US, but in vast majority of European banks, clerks follow the ECB rules, ordering banks send them to their respective central banks, who are instructed to destroy all stamped notes. So, even if a stamped note may have a better chance of being registered again once it reaches a new user, the chances of reaching new users is drastically decreased.
The German NCB doesnt destory notes with (small? ) stamps i saw NCB Bundel of :note-500: one note had 2x stamps it passed the control
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Draghi F007
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TheUndertaker wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:32 pm
The German NCB doesnt destory notes with (small? ) stamps i saw NCB Bundel of :note-500: one note had 2x stamps it passed the control
I just searched the relevant European legislation and in fact couldn't spot any directive clearly stating what I claimed (that stamped — as well as otherly damaged — notes should be sent to NCBs for withdrawal and destruction). I believe (without any substantial proof) that this is — or at least was up to some time ago — common practice. I may be wrong, and I am sorry if I am.
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