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This banknote set includes 3 pieces of notgeld banknotes issued by the Municipality of Tonndorf-Lohe in Schleswig-Holstein in 1921. These paper bills are in 20 and 30 pfennig, and 1 mark denominations. The notes are in various colors, designs, and sizes. The 20-pfennig note depicts a man sowing seeds on its obverse while the reverse displays wheat, cog, and a sickle. The front side of the 30-pfennig bill bears the denomination in word overprinted on a green elongated hexagon design. Its reverse portrays an old boundary stone. The obverse of the 1 Mark banknote is a representation of the German National character Deutscher Michel inside a coin purse while the reverse bears two owls. These paper bills are in uncirculated condition.