One Digit Solid Number Radar Notes
This 1969 $20 note is a solid number note were each digit in the serial number is the same. A solid number note can only consist of one repeating digit from 1-9. Zero cannot be used as a solid number since the Bank of Canada does not release regular issue notes containing all zeros - with the exceptions of specimen notes and internal notes. Solid number notes are also known as radar notes since the serial number read from left to right is the same as the serial number read right to left.
Examples of Solid Radar Notes:
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