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Germany 100 Mark Banknote, 1909, P-38, Used

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Germany 100 Mark banknote from 1909 has a pick number P-38, is in used (C) condition, and features the head of Mercury.


This used 100 Mark Germany note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Imperial Bank. It is a blue note that is dated 1909, bear the signatures of Schneider, Von Lumm, Schmiedicke, Maron, Korn, Von Glasenapp, Von Grimm, Kauffmann and Havenstein, and measures 207 x 102 mm. Its obverse side features the head of Mercury, imperial eagle, red Reichsbank seal, imperial crown and regalia resting on oak leaves, and the head of Ceres in profile. Its reverse side shows three battleships at sea, gear, plow, hammer, anvil, caduceus, and bale under oak tree, seated Germania holding imperial sword and leaning on shield. Though there is no security thread, there is still a watermark of Wilhelm I. This note was withdrawn on 05 July 1925.

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