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I was wondering how common it is to find mismatched serial numbers on world banknotes???? Do they bring a higher premium???

 

For example on the note one serial number reads AA0095178 and on the same note the other reads AA0095638

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I was wondering how common it is to find mismatched serial numbers on world banknotes???? Do they bring a higher premium???

 

For example  on the note one serial number reads AA0095178 and on the same note the other reads AA0095638

 

 

this one is being auctioned, estimated price is 2500 euro :ninja:

 

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It would bring a higher premium, to be sure. The worth, like always, depends on the country, the denomination and the cnodition. My only note with mismatched numbers is a 1935 Farmer's Bank of China note http://www.banknotebank.com/coin_view.aspx?id=897581

and it is a rag. The only reason I keep it is because it's mismatched and a curiosity, and a good example of why you should try to collect in as ggod a condition as possible, especiially next to the UNC one I have. I actually got it in one of those "30 Notes for 10 Dollars" deals on Ebay, as I was going to put them on a table and cover it with Polyurethane (I never did, though). This note was likely overlooked as it is in such horrible condition, and thus worth extreemly little, even with the error.

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Well the note was a New Zealand P-CS190 . A 1999 millennium note with red serial numbers. The serial numbers were NZ 00730958 / NZ 00730678 in UNC condition. It sold for $209. I didn't win it, wasn't sure how high to bid.

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This error is not too hard to find, from my experience at least with Colombian currency I have a couple of examples of mismatch serial numbers from banknotes with different denominations.

 

I disagree. It depends on which country you are talking about. If you can find any mismatched banknotes from Japan or Korea and Australia, I will be more than suprised as they have very standards of checking the notes.

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I disagree. It depends on which country you are talking about. If you can find any mismatched banknotes from Japan or Korea and Australia, I will be more than suprised as they have very standards of checking the notes.

 

 

I agree gxseries some countries have a better checking system than others. That's why I said

from my experience at least with Colombian currency
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they do happen but the price of these bills are determined on which country it is from....how many numbers are off....and which numbers are off...and also the denom of the bill....They are more common on smaller bills cause of course they make more of them....can't comment on this guy tho...but if it were a US bill with that many numbers off it would be some bucks

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