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The Germany 2 Millionen - 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 brown, orange, pink, and green. Its obverse depicts the head of a man wearing a cap from Hans Holbein’s The Merchant Georg Gisze (1532), a black Reichsbank seal, and an imperial eagle. The reverse depicts guilloches. The note does not contain a security thread but bears a watermark that reveals circles. It is 162 x 87 mm in size and is signed by Havenstein and von Glasenapp, Schneider, von Grimm, P. Schneider, Kauffmann, Budczies, Bernhard, Seiffert, Vocke, Friedrich, and Fuchs. This particular banknote is in used condition.