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The Germany Federal Republic 1,000 Deutsche Mark is issued in 1993 with pick number 44b. This particular banknote is graded PMG 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty. Its obverse features buildings in Kassel and a letter A. German brothers folktales collectors Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm. The reverse of the note displays Deutsches Worterbuch or a German dictionary and below is the definition of Freiheit or freedom. The Royal Library building in Berlin as well as the nations Coat of Arms. A girl in her dress catching stars from the fairy tale Die Sterntaler. This 178 x 83 mm paper bill comes with a windowed security thread that has a demetallized 1000 DM. Signed by the Bundesbank directorate member Johann Gaddum and Deputy President Hans Tietmeyer, the banknotes watermark shows Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm and 1000.