1969 $20 Solid Numbered Note

A special type of radar note is the “Solid” Numbered Note where the serial number is made up of one digit, for example; the numbers 1111111, 2222222, etc. These are called “solid” numbers.

For every ten million consecutive notes produced, a maximum of nine notes may have a “solid” number. These are the most desirable variety of “radar” notes.

Poul Matheisen, Consultant Numismatics

Poul Matheisen
Poul Matheisen

Poul is the lead Consultant on numismatics at The Coin Vault.

Poul has been a serious collector of rare coins and paper currency for more than 35 years.

He’s the past President of the Halifax Regional Coin Club,  and brings a wealth of knowledge to fellow collectors and those interested in learning more about numismatics.

Poul is an integral member of our team and plays a key role in the development and positioning of The Coin Vault as a competitive Numismatic Dealer.

Poul’s depth of knowledge in numismatics has resulted in The Coin Vault carrying a range of products that separate us from our competitors. We specialize in Certified high end Bills & Coins.

Poul recognizes that no one person has all of the knowledge required to assist collectors, but through colleagues and strategic partnerships we can meet all the needs of our clients.

The Coin Vault is a proud member of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (R.C.N.A), the Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Association (A.P.N.A), the Canadian Association Numismatic Dealers(C.A.N.D) and of course the Halifax Regional Coin Club (H.R.C.C).