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This Germany 200 Deutsche Mark banknote from 1989 has a dimension of 162 x 77 mm. Its front design bears a portrait of German scientist Paul Ehrlich, a molecular structure of Arsenobenzol, and the buildings and bridge in Frankfurt. On the reverse are the bank logo, a microscope, an illustration of viruses and bacteria, and the rod of Asclepius with a chemistry beaker in the background. The banknote's security features include a windowed security thread with demetalized 200 DM, and a Paul Ehrlich watermark and numeric 200.