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Likely prefix ranges are displayed with a white background:
EG: ❯❯ ABB EYF VZD
Confirmed prefixes are displayed with highlighted background:
EG: ❯❯ AAA DPS FAA
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Example ideal confirmation comment below:
” $1 – Johnstone / Stone – DGU, DGV, DGW, DGX, DGY “
❯❯ (denomination) – (signatures) – (prefixes)
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Australian $1 dollar note. DLX 241632
An information greatly appreciated !!
$1 Johnston Stone DLG
Just a suggestion..
Letters I,O,M & W.. Were never used at the end of the 3 letter prefix code, for example DG’M’ or DO’O’ doesn’t exist.. Although M & W were later used on $10 and $50 notes…
Further research will give the right prefix runs..
I have the Australian Decimal Banknotes Paper Issues second edition book by Michael P. Vort-Ronald and it has all the info your after even the serial number ranges for each prefix and total number of notes printed for each signature pair. I don’t know if you’ve used it to collate your info or not but I think its fairly accurate, it even has potential error note prefix’s which I thought was interesting as I used to have $2 Johnston Stone I think it was and it was missing the simultan print run. It’s worth getting a copy if you haven’t already got it.. Also might I say I like the extra bits and pieces you’ve added to your site, I looked at it when you first released it and posted on FB but love the extra stuff, hope your sales are going well on it as well. Cheers Peter
$1 JOHNSTON STONE; DGX DGZ DHA DHB DHC DHT DJR DKX DLG DPF DPQ
$1 KNIGHT WHEELER CDC