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The 200 German Federal Republic Deutsche Mark banknote is an earlier version of the note that does not have a holographic device. The reddish-orange note measures 162 mm by 77 mm. The theme of the note is immunology. The obverse highlights Paul Ehrlichthe scientist who discovered arsphenamine, the first effective treatment for syphilis. The obverse also shows the city of Frankfurt and the chemical structure of arsenobenzol, a polymer of arsphenamine. The reverse side highlights the microscope, virus and bacteria, and the rod of Asclepius. The note has a windowed security thread with demetalized 200 DM. Its watermarks are Paul Ehrlich and 200.