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Germany 10,000 Mark Banknote, 1922, P-72b.1, UNC

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Germany 10,000 Mark banknote from 1922 has a pick number of P-72b.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features two black Reiichsbank seals.

The Germany 10,000 mark banknote Is part of the hyperinflation issues released by the Imperial Bank in 1922. It has a color combination of dark green, blue, and olive green. Its obverse features two black Reiichsbank seals and the head of a man from Albrecht Durer’s a Young Man. The reverse depicts an imperial eagle. The note does not contain a security thread. Its watermark reveals a blossom pattern. It is 180 x 100 mm in the size and is signed by Seiffert, Vocke, Friedrich, P. Schneider, Havenstein & Von Glasenapp, Schneider, Budczie, Fuchs, von Grimm, Kauffman, and Bernhard. This particular paper bill is in uncirculated condition.

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