50 Pfennig Note, Blumenthal, Germany, 1920

50 Pfennig Note, Blumenthal, Germany, 1920

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Description
[[obverse text]]
GEMEINDEVORSTAND BLUMENTHAL HANN. / 50 / DIESER GUTSCHEIN / VERLIERT SEINE / GÜLTIGKEIT EINEN MONAT NACH / AUSKÜNDIGUNG / IN DEN HIESIGEN / ZEITUNGEN.
[[translation]]This voucher loses it's value one month after the announcement is published in local newspapers[[/translation]] / 50 / DIESER GUTSCHEIN WIRD BEI DER GEMEINDEKASSE GEGEN NENNWERT EINGEWECHSELT. [[translation]]This voucher will be exchanged at the town hall cash desk at par [[/ translation]] / Rathaus [[image]] image of the town hall [[/image]] / 50 PFG / BLUMENTHAL (HANN.), / DEN 23. AUGUST 1920 / DER GEMEINDEVORSTANDT / [[signature]] / 50PFG
[[reverse text]]
50 PFG. / N 34661 / DRUCK: HERM.SEUBERT, BLUMENTHAL. [[translation]] Print: name, location [[/translation]] [[image]] frame with red flowers. Image of a landscape with some industrial buildings, a church tower, a windmill in the background. A body of water with small wooden boats. [[/image]]
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
notgeld
date made
1920
date on object
1920-08-23
place made
Germany
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 6 cm x 9.7 cm x.01 cm; 2 3/8 in x 3 13/16 in x in
ID Number
NU.NU59831.204
catalog number
NU59831.204
accession number
220791
serial number
34661
Credit Line
Morton M. Stack
subject
NNC German Notgeld
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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