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50 Pfennig Note, Bocholt, Germany, 1918

50 Pfennig Note, Bocholt, Germany, 1918

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Description
[[obverse text]]
NO 147692 / GUTSCHEIN ÜBER / FÜNFZIG PFENNIG. / DIESER GUTSCHEIN WIRD VON ALLEN STÄDTISCHEN KASSEN IN ZAHLUNG GENOMMEN. / ER VERLIERT SEINE GÜLTIGKEIT DREI / MONAT NACH AUFKÜNDIGUNG IM / „BOCHOLTER VOLKSBLATT." / BOCHOLT I. W., DEN 1. JANUAR 1918. / DER ERSTE BÜRGERMEISTER [[WESEMANN?]] / SIEGEL DER STADT BOCHOLT / 50 / STADT BOCHOLT I.W.1917 / 50 / CARL SCHLENCHER & SCHULL DUMEN
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50 / 50 / RATHAUS DER STADT BOCHOLT I.W. / [[image]] Shows of a front-facing town hall in the city of Bocholt, a city in the northwestern area of Germany. On each side, a row of buildings flanks the town hall. It appears to depict a day scene in the city, with 51 people depicted in total.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
notgeld
date made
1918
date on object
1918-01-01
place made
Germany: North Rhine-Westphalia, Bocholt
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 6 cm x 10.1 cm x.01 cm x.01 cm; 2 3/8 in x 3 31/32 in x in x in
ID Number
NU.NU59831.205
catalog number
NU59831.205
accession number
220791
serial number
147692
Credit Line
Morton M. Stack
subject
NNC German Notgeld
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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