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Saturday, August 11, 2018

KTFA UPDATE, 11 AUGUST

DELTA:  FAMILY IT LOOKS LIKE THE CBI ADDED (wink) ONE MORE THING TO THE NOTES... https://cbi.iq/page/89

Leb:  Ok Delta....inquiring minds want to know.

Cindybear:  Delta are you able to share??

Z1world:  Delta is it the specimen number?  That might have been there before as I didn’t get a chance to look until just now?  

DELTA:  WE HAVE A WINNER .. WAS NOT THERE BEFORE …(thumbs up) Z1world... YES MORE CONFIRMATION THAT THEY ARE INTERNATIONAL....

SlappySquirrel:  Yes I see it now lower left hand corner of the bills... exciting!!

Cinderella1906:  What is the significance of that Delta Thanks ????  Can you tell us ????

DELTA:  OF COURSE PRINCESS...SEE WHEN YOU GO TO THE BANK AND EXCHANGE IRAQI DINARS THE BANK WILL HAVE A SAMPLE FROM CBI TO VERFY THE CURRENCY AND EACH NOTE HAS A TRACKING NUMBERS....MEANING THE CBI IS ABOUT TO GO INTERNATIONAL WITH IQD...

WK:  YES and it's on the ENGLISH side too because they want us to see it!!

DELTA:  YES ENGLISH TOO...…IF IT'S IN PRINT ...IT'S DONE...

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Z1world:  Granted it is Wikipedia, but...

A specimen banknote is printed generally in very limited quantities for distribution to central banks to aid in the recognition of banknotes from a country other than their own.

In some cases, specimen banknotes are printed in less limited quantities distributed to commercial banks, or even to commercial enterprises and the public at large in order to familiarize users about new designs. In addition, specimen banknotes are sold in some countries to collectors (often in special commemorative folders or albums).

They have also been distributed by banknote printers (such as the American Bank Note Company) as examples of their craftsmanship. Occasionally, specimen banknotes are distributed as gifts to dignitaries or to employees of central banks, often in special presentation albums. 

To avoid use of specimen banknotes as legal tender notes, the banknotes are deformed, typically by being overprinted and/or punched (perfin) with an inscription such as "SPECIMEN", "SPECIMEN NO VALUE", "CANCELLED" or the equivalent in one or more other languages. In most cases, specimen notes have readily-identifiable serial numbers such as "99999999999" or "00000000000" or "1234567890".

Many specimens have an additional "control number" that is used by a central bank to track who received a particular specimen.

Specimen banknotes vary in scarcity; in the case of the United States and many other countries, specimen banknotes remain the property of the central bank and when shared with another entity, are supposed to be kept secure and returned on demand. Such specimen banknotes may make it to collector markets without authorization. In other cases, specimen banknotes are very widely distributed, and since they have no circulating value, may be worth less than circulating notes.

A specimen banknote is printed generally in very limited quantities for distribution to central banks to aid in the recognition of banknotes from a country other than their own.

In some cases, specimen banknotes are printed in less limited quantities distributed to commercial banks, or even to commercial enterprises and the public at large in order to familiarize users about new designs.

In addition, specimen banknotes are sold in some countries to collectors (often in special commemorative folders or albums). They have also been distributed by banknote printers (such as the American Bank Note Company) as examples of their craftsmanship. Occasionally, specimen banknotes are distributed as gifts to dignitaries or to employees of central banks, often in special presentation albums.

DELTA:   Z1world GOOD JOB ………..PONYTAIL…. DELTA IS COMING...Rotfl

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