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Where does an english bank note go once it has left your pocket? Bank notes can remain in circulation for five years or more. In that time a bank note will be handled by many different people.By logging a bank note with this website you allow it to be tracked. Each time someone logs the note with the website the history of where it has been begins to build up.Track a noteYou are not logged in. You do not have to register to track a note. If you do register then you can see a list of all the notes you have entered on the site and find out where they are now.Please only enter notes with the post code or country where you are at the moment (right now, where you are sitting reading this). Please do not enter notes with the post code or country of where you picked them up or where you intend to spend the note. This leads to errors with the distance and statistics tracking. For more information please see the help section.Serial number:This is the 10 character code found on the front of an english bank note. It will look something like AB12 345678Denomination:Postcode:Please enter at least the first half of your United Kingdom post code. Postcodes will be hidden and only stored for distance calculations. You will not be able to change the post code once the note has been entered into the website.Country:You will not be able to change the country once the note has been entered into the website.Comments:Was the note in good condition? How did you get hold of it? Where did you spend it?
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