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Ascending/Descending Ladder Radar Notes

Here is an example of a 1973 $1 ascending ladder radar note. The numbers read from left to right are the same as the numbers read from right to left making it a radar note. In addition to this banknote being a radar note, it is also a ladder note. This means that the serial number ascends in consecutive order to the middle number and then descends back down to the original number. The same holds true for a descending ladder note, where the serial number descends in consecutive order to the middle number and then ascends back up to the original number.


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Examples of Ascending Ladder Radar Notes:

  • 1234321
  • 6789876
  • 3456543

Examples of Descending Ladder Radar Notes:

  • 4321234
  • 8765678
  • 9876789

Contributor: Gary_T
Writer: oli1001

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