I'm starting this new specific thread for a topic that was brought to our attention by SteveInTampa in another thread.
After looking at the BEP site for the reported print runs, Serial Number batches, and locations of printings, it appears there are approximately 6.4 million matched pairs of Serial Numbered Star Notes out there.
I'm fascinated in the thought of Two Star Notes with duplicate Serial Numbers, somewhere in the world, and going against the odds of the universe in finding and bringing them together.
But that's exactly what Mr Ed Zegers, and his team of volunteers are trying to do.
I thought maybe fellow CCF members would feel the same enthusiasm I'm feeling and want to try and help build their database and accomplish this monumental challenge.
If everyone can Start looking at their star notes, and if they find one of the possibles, submit your finds data to them, they will do the rest as far as getting it properly entered in the database and matching up the owners if another pair is discovered.
Do not submit the actual Bill, just the data about your Bill.
Here's a simplified List of what to look for:
Look for 2013 "B" Star Notes
Look for SN between B00000001* and B00250000*
Look for SN between B00320001* and B09600000*
If you have any of those, then please submit the data about your bill, to the project.
Where to submit is listed at the bottom of the article.
Here's one of my finds compared to the list, only one number off for a match.
So far I've found 9 notes they didn't have and will be submitting them today.
If you find any, also post them here so we can all follow along as to what Team CCF is doing
What do you say?