20 Pfennig Note, Hamburg, Germany, 1921

Description:

[[obverse text]]

20 PFENNIG 20 / ALTE DIELE / 20 / PFENNIG / BIST AUF ST. PAULI DU AM ZIELE, / DANN KEHRE EIN ZUE,, ALTEN DIELE'' / DU KRIEGST STATT KLEINGELD DIESEN SCHEIN / ICH WEIß, -DU KEHRST STETS WIEDER EIN, / AUCH WIRD ER ,,HIER" ZUE NUTZ U. FROMMEN / ZUM VOLLEN WERTE ANGENOMMEN / HAMBURG-ST. PAULI / 20 PFENNIG 20 [[translation]] 20 PFENNIG 20 / ‘ALTE DIELE’ / 20 PFENNIG / HAMBURG-ST.PAULI / AT ST. PAULI YOU ARE AT YOUR GOAL, THEN STOPPING OFF AT THE “OLD PLANK” / YOU PICK UP THIS NOTE INSTEAD OF SMALL MONEY, I KNOW – YOU ALWAYS UNFAILINGLY COME IN, / ALSO IT [[the note]] IS ACCEPTED AT FULL VALUE "HERE" TO THE GREATER GOOD / 20 PFENNIG 20 [[/translation]]

[[reverse text]]

WENN HE EN SLAGKREGEN HETT. / DENN HETT HE EM VON EN VON DE / UHLEN KREGEN. / 20 / DIESER SCHEIN VERLIERT SEINE GÜLTIGKEIT / AM 31. DEZEMBER 1921 [[translation]] IF HE TOOK A BLOW, THEN HE GOT IT FROM ONE, FROM THE OWLS. / 20 / THIS NOTE LOSES ITS VALIDITY ON THE 31ST OF DECEMBER 1921. [[/translation]]

Date Made: 1921Date On Object: 1921-12-31

Crowdsourcing: Transcribed by Smithsonian digital volunteersLocation: Currently not on view

Place Made: Germany: Hamburg, Hamburg

Subject: NNC German Notgeld

Subject:

See more items in: Work and Industry: National Numismatic Collection, NNC Transcription Center German Notgeld 07

Exhibition:

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Credit Line: Stack's

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: NU.NU84474.1Catalog Number: NU84474.1Accession Number: 257925

Object Name: notenotgeld

Physical Description: paper (overall material)Measurements: overall: 4.3 cm x 6.1 cm x .01 cm; 1 11/16 in x 2 13/32 in x in

Guid: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ng49ca746b4-a4ca-704b-e053-15f76fa0b4fa

Record Id: nmah_1913211

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