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Banknotes.com - The Bank Note Collector's Corner :: World Banknotes - G :: Germany :: Germany: Rehmen: Set of 6: 2x25Pf.+4x50Pf. 1921 (L1078) (A-14931, B-02932, C-02552, D-05077, E-04079, F-06902) UNC

Germany: Rehmen: Set of 6: 2x25Pf.+4x50Pf. 1921 (L1078) (A-14931, B-02932, C-02552, D-05077, E-04079, F-06902) UNC
Germany: Rehmen: Set of 6: 2x25Pf.+4x50Pf. 1921 (L1078) (A-14931, B-02932, C-02552, D-05077, E-04079, F-06902) UNC 
Town of Rehmen (Oppurg, Thüringen): Notgeld set of 6: 2 x 25 Pfennig and 4 x 50 Pfennig, dated 1st of August 1921 (Catalogue Nº L1078), (Town views and activities) (Serial Nos: A-14931, B-02932, C-02552, D-05077, E-04079, F-06902) UNC

Printer: Gebr. Parcus, München (Printed in the offset technique)

Approximate dimensions: 91 x 65 mm

Notgeld Gemeinde Rehmen. Signatures: Häckel (Bürgermeister); E. Eisenstein (Gemeinderats-Vorsitzender)

Artist: M.W. Schultz

Watermark: Yes

Der Venusberg des Orlagaues; shepherd with herd. Mühle (The Mill). Kellerhaus, 1850. Familien Bad, Rehmer Moor. In mitten des Thüringer Landes, Tief umbuscht von Baum und Rohr, liegt ein verstecktes, unbekanntes Idyll: das heimliche Rehmer Moor. In the middle of the Thuringian countryside, surrounded by trees and reeds, lies a hidden, unknown idyll: the secret Rehmer Moor.

Category: Notgeld - Emergency Money - Local Government Currency

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Catalogue Number: Lindman 1078

Notgeld (German for "emergency money" or "necessity money") refers to money issued by an institution in a time of economic or political crisis. The issuing institution is usually one without official sanction from the central government. This occurs usually when sufficient state-produced money is not available from the central bank. Most notably, notgeld generally refers to money produced in Germany and Austria during World War I and the Interbellum. Issuing institutions could be a town's savings banks, municipality and private or state-owned firms.

Grade/condition: Uncirculated (UNC) (new, unused, mint)

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Product Code: DER-NGREH
Price: €25.00 ($ 30.00)

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