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25 Pfennig Note, Bitterfeld, Germany, 1921

25 Pfennig Note, Bitterfeld, Germany, 1921

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Description
[[obverse text]
25 PFENNIG 25 / JUNI 1921 / DER MAGISTRAR [[SIGNATURE]] / ENTW.H.SCHIEBEL BITTERFELD 1921 / KAPELLE 1323 ERBAUT / NOTGELD DER STADT BITTERFELD / EINLÖSBAR BEI DER STADTSPARKASSE BITTERFELD BIS / 1 MONAT NACH DER ÖFFENTLICHEN AUFKÜNDIGUNG.
[[reverse text]]
ANNO DOMINI 1473 AM SONNABENT VOR JUBILATE ALS DIE SONNE / ZU RISTE GEHEN WOLTE - IST DIE STADT BITTERFELDT VON HANSEN LEINEWE / BER AUSGEBRANT - DIESELB ZEIT GRAF GEBHARDT VON MANSFELT IR HER- / RE GEMESSEN IST DICTUS [[-ONDE?]] BURGERMEISTER. "DES RATS ZU BITTERFELD KO-PIALBUCH 1575 BLATT 1h u2. / IM JAHRE D. ELENDS / 1921 / 25 / PFENNIG / 1473 / LAND! IE X / 1473 U. 1921 WIR GLEICHEN UNS DOCH SEHR IHR WARET DA- / MALS [[DAMALS]] ABGEBRANNT - WIR SIND'S JETZT NOCH VIEL MEHR!! / H. F. JÜTTE, KUNSTANSTALT. LEIPZIG.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
notgeld
date made
1921
date on object
1921-06
place made
Germany: Saxony-Anhalt, Bitterfeld
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 6.2 cm x 10 cm x.01 cm; 2 7/16 in x 3 15/16 in x in
ID Number
NU.NU59831.185
catalog number
NU59831.185
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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