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Can someone explain a banknote with 2 different serial numbers?

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I don't know the details of the numbering on Belgian notes, but it appears to be normal that those two numbers aren't the same.



maybe it is a way of writing the serial number and the control number, similar to the french notes before 1970's

yoou have a alphabet, a alphabet number, a number of the note and by this mean you get a control number. usualy the number of the note is found as the last 4(or 3) numbers of the control number. like here. 9199

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