Freiberg in Sachsen 100 Pfennig Notgeld, 1921, Mehl #379.1, UNC, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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Serial Number: 01
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  • Dimensions: 115 x 55 mm
  • Watermark: None
  • Security Thread: None

The Freiberg in Sachsen 100 Pfennig Notgeld is part of the emergency banknotes issued by the City of Freiberg in the Federal State of Saxony in 1921. This paper bill can be divided into 1, 2, and 97 pfennig banknotes. The obverse of the note depicts Erbisches Tor along with a German text. The reverse of the note depicts a silhouette of the castle wall. The banknote does not bear any security threads or watermarks. It is 115 x 55 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition. It has also been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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