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Germany 2 Millionen - Million Mark Banknote, 1923, P-104d, Used

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Germany 2 Millionen - Million Mark Banknote from 1923 with pick number P-104d is in Used condition and features Reichsbank seals. This particular note of Series BM.


  • SKU:
    GERM104DC
  • Variety:
    Used
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Category: Banknotes
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The Germany 2 million mark banknote is part of the 1919-1924 hyperinflation notes issued by the Imperial Bank in 1923. The note has a color combination of black and violet on white. Its obverse side shows two Reichsbank seals and the term and conditions of the note. Its reverse side is blank. It is 125 mm x 80 mm in size and bear the signatures of von Grimm, Kauffman, Budczies, Bernhard, Seiffert, Vocke, Friedrich, Fuchs, P. Schneider, Havenstein & von Glasenapp, and Schneider. It does not have a security thread but has a watermark that reveals oak leaves. The banknote was withdrawn in 1925. This particular banknote is in used condition is part of Series BM.

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