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This used 2 million German mark banknote was introduced by the Imperial Bank in 1923 as a response to hyperinflation. It is a black-on-white and violet note that measures 125 mm x 80 mm, is dated 9 August 1923, and bears the signatures of Havenstein & von Glasenapp, von Grimm, Kauffman, Schneider, Budczies, Bernhard, Seiffert, Vocke, Friedrich, Fuchs, and P. Schneider. Its obverse side shows two Reichsbank seals and the term and conditions of the note. Its reverse side is blank. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a watermark of oak leaves. The banknote was withdrawn in 1925.