Dating antique hand bills

There are categories such as 'solids' (where the digits repeat eight times), 'ladders' (12345678), 'radars' (01133110 - where the number reads the same left-to-right as right-to-left) and 'repeaters' (20012001 - the second half is the same as the first half).

Then there are 'radar repeaters' (12211221), 'super radars' (20000002 - all the internal digits are the same) and 'super repeaters' (where the first two digits are repeated four times, such as 63636363).

12, 1973, by an outdoor writer named Terry Drace, working at that time for Bass Anglers Sportsman Society.

The long-lost audiotape surfaced just three years ago - and set the record straight.

In September last year, the Bank of England auctioned £5, £10, £20 and £50 notes with unusual serial numbers - such as those coming at the beginning or the end of a run, often characterised by the prefix A01.

Bill of Sale Summary: You will likely need a bill of sale form whenever you buy a vehicle from, or sell one to, another person.

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