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Germany 5 Rentenmark Banknote, 1926, P-169a.1, Used

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Germany 5 Rentenmark banknote from 1926 has a pick number P-169a.1, is in used condition and features a woman with a sheaf of wheat.


This used 5 German rentenmark note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Stabilization Bank (Rentenbank). It is a brown, green, and pink note that is dated 2 January 1926, bear the signatures of Lentze & Brandes, Crone-Munzebrock, Dietrich, Gennes, Hillger, JohanBen, Gr. Kalckreuth, Kayser, Kutscher, Frh. Von Pfetten, Seelmann, KiBler, and Lipp, and measures 133 mm x 74 mm. Its obverse side features a woman holding a sheaf of wheat. Its reverse side shows a sheaf of wheat. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a 7-digit serial number and a watermark of a girl and corn. The note was withdrawn in 1948.

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