100,000,000 Mark Note, Beuel, Germany, 1923

100,000,000 Mark Note, Beuel, Germany, 1923

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Description
[[obverse text]]
DOPPELKIRCHE SCHWARZ RHEINDORF / SERIE A / 34957 / GUTSCHEIN / ÜBER HUNDERT MILLIONEN / MARK / DIESER GUTSCHEIN WIRD VON ALLEN ÖFFENTLICHEN RAFFEN IN ZAHLUNG / GENOMMEN. ER VERLIERT SEINE GÜLTIGKEIT EINEN MONAT NACH AUF- / KÜNDIGUNG IN DEN BEUELER UND BONNER ORTSBLÄTTERN. / DIE GEMEINDE BEUEL HAFTET FÜR DIE EINLÖSUNG. / BEUEL, DEN 15. SEPTEMBER 1923. / DER BÜGERMEISTER: DR. SCHÖTTLER / [[stamp]] BÜRGERMEISTER-AMT / [image]] BEUEL LK BONN
[[/stamp]] / RHENANIA-DRUCKEREI, BONN
[[lower page]]
RHEINBRÜCKE BONN - BEUEL
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
notgeld
date made
1923
date on object
1923-09-15
place made
Germany
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 8.7 cm x 14.6 cm x.01 cm; 3 7/16 in x 5 3/4 in x in
ID Number
NU.NU59831.171
catalog number
NU59831.171
accession number
220791
Credit Line
Morton M. Stack
subject
NNC German Notgeld
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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