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This banknote set consists of 4 pieces of notgeld banknotes issued by the City of Salzuflen Bad in Lippe in 1921. The paper bills are in denominations of 10, 25, and 50 pfennig. The obverse of these banknotes is in sepia and each features a significant place or person such as the Leopoldsprudel Fountain Temple, a view of a building, a castle, and a portrait of Eduard Hoffman. The reverse of these banknotes comes in blue and red combinations and bears various designs featuring the coat of arms of Salzuflen Bad, a blacksmith with an anvil, Gallows disputes, and a white cat. These banknotes are in different sizes and have a watermark that reveals dark crosses. Banknotes from this collection are in uncirculated condition.