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Germany 50,000 Mark Banknote, 1922, P-79b, UNC

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Germany 50,000 Mark banknote from 1922 has a pick number P-79b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Mayor Brauweiler.


This uncirculated 50,000 German mark note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Imperial Bank to address hyperinflation. It is a black on white and green note that is dated 19 November 1922, bear the signatures of Havenstein & von Glasenapp, von Grimm, Kauffmann, Schneider, Budczies, Bernhard, Seffert, Vocke, Friedrich, Fuchs, and P. Schneider, and measures 190 mm x 100 mm. Its obverse side features a man with a cap from “Mayor Brauweiler” by Barthel Bruyn and two Reichsbank seals. Its reverse side shows guilloches. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a watermark of oak leaves and a red serial number. The note was withdrawn in 1925.

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