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Fritz

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Here are some German notes from August 12, 1914. 

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Below are some more older German Notes, the One Hundred mark note is from 1910 and the five mark note is from 1917. 

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all in nice condition, most of these never seen before.

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Thanks Fritz, I have some post WW1 German money, I will try and dig it out, will post pictures soon.

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Here is an Imperial Russian Note from 1909.

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Below are some of the depression era German Notes after WW1. As the economy collapsed, the money became more and more worthless, even after printing astronomical values on them. These notes are from 1922.

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Below is a German note issues in 1920, very colorful and detailed. 

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Here is some of the inflated currency that was issued in the 1920's in Germany. As the value of the currency dropped, the denomination rose on the notes. Below is a 10 Million Mark Note, a 20 Million and a 100 Million Note.

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Below is a 1942 dated Greek note, this was during the period where Greece was under German Occupation. 

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Below are some wartime German currency from WW2. 

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Below is some more WW2 era German Currency.

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Here are some WW2 German coins, 5 RM, 2 RM, 50, 10, 5, 2 and 1 Pfennig. 

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These are the only British notes I have, both 1 pound. 

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The last German banknotes are Allied Occupation Authorities (West)

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Here is another note I found, from one of my favorite places in Germany.

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Speyer was originally a Roman city...

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Just like Trier, another of my favorites.

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Here is something I just recently picked up, a pack of 20 - 10,000 Mark notes. 19 are remaining in sequence. Not something you see everyday.

 

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Rare to find as a "set" and in this condition, otherwise a lot of them around in used to very used condition.
The 3rd Reich period coins are now getting rare and expensive. On one side is a very small letter, which stands for the mint,
where it was produced, this along with the year and condition makes the value higher. A = Berlin, J = Hamburg, etc.
Good notes are also very hard to find.

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Yes I agree Fritz, seems everything is getting harder to find. Third Reich coins, especially the silver ones are getting expensive and the notes are not cheap either. 

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Deutsches Reich, 1871-1918

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Preußen:
Wilhelm I., 20 Mark, 1872, Prägeanstalt: C = Frankfurt/M., Gold
Friedrich III., 20 Mark, 1888, Prägeanstalt: A = Berlin, Gold
Wilhelm II., 10 Mark, 1898, Prägeanstalt: A = Berlin, Gold

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Deutsches Reich:
1 Mark pieces, various issues, 1876, 1900-1914, Silver
Preußen: 2 Mark, Kaiser Wilhelm II., 1908, Silver (A = Berlin)

D = Bayerisches Hauptmünzamt, München, 1871-
F = Staatliche Münze, Stuttgart, 1872-
G = Münze Karlsruhe, 1872-
J = Hamburgische Münze, 1873-

Other mint issues, no longer existing:

B Hannover 1872 - 1878 Oldenburg, Preußen, Reuss ältere Linie, Schaumburg-Lippe
C Frankfurt am Main 1872 - 1879 Preußen
E Dresden 1872 - 1887 Sachsen, Sachsen Coburg & Gotha, Sachsen-Meiningen
E Mudenhütten 1887 - 1953 Sachsen, Sowjetische Besatzungszone Deutschlands, DDR
H Darmstadt 1872 - 1882 Hessen
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Deutsches Reich

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Reichspräsident von Hindenburg (+1934)
5 Mark, 1935, Weimar eagle, silver (D)
5 Mark, 1936, new eagle, silver (F)
5 Mark, 1939, new eagle, silver (A)

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K.u.K. Österreich-Ungarn

 

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Deutsch-Österreich
1 Krone, 1900, 1902, silver
Kronland Ungarn
1 Korona, 1908, 1914, 1915, silver
Austria and Hungary, 2, 10 Heller, various dates.
 

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Turkey, Osmanisches Reich

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Large Silver coin, dated "1200" (?), (Ottoman Empire), ca. 1890 (?)

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Just found while going through some old papers, these were the 1991 series, I think these were the last before the DM was withdrawn on 1. January 2001. They must have been with the papers since Summer 1997. Persons depicted:
Bettina von Arnim
Annette von Droste-Hülshoff
Carl Friedrich Gauss

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