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I made my own clothing line about two years ago and it was shockingly easy. Started doing t shirts for £50 a pop made them limited to 50 of each one. Cost me around £7 to make but was too time consuming and took about 2-3 months to shift each batch i did. So haven’t done any in a while but worth it for someone else who has more time on there hands.

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1 hour ago, 5huggy said:

30 years as a Computer engineer - - - I fix odd machines now and again for people and get a few "BEER TOKENS"  - - 🍺🍺🍺😉🤪

And you still can't fix that sticking shift button! 😉

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On 12/03/2017 at 08:58, Stu73 said:

I'm in the Foreign Exchange industry so get to see plenty of world banknotes,  currently accumulating fancy serial number US banknotes which have a large following and mark up. Also with the release of the first book on replacement banknotes there seems to be a growing interest in that now.

I've been watching a few videos recently on this very thing. It's a whole new world with birthday numbers, star notes, radar, quads and repeaters. 

If I lived in the states I'd be searching every note that ever passed through my hands. 

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Yes many different combinations to look for. Solid serial numbers e.g 88888888 which is the most sought after sell for  $3500.00 plus graded , that's a $1 note, crazy money.

The banknote collecting world is a strange thing in general, a newly issued note in Uncirculated condition is worth more than face value to a collector. The new polymer Northern Ireland £10 notes issued this year are selling for £15 wholesale.

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Something I do on the side which is often overlooked by people is switching banks. Most offer £100+ plus some form of other perks eg I've just switched to Lloyds and they will give me £125 plus 6 free cinema tickets.

Worth a look for something that takes 15 minutes.

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/banking/compare-best-bank-accounts for anyone looking to play the banks at their own game!

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