25 Pfennig Note, Friedland, Germany, 1922

25 Pfennig Note, Friedland, Germany, 1922

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[[obverse text]]
FRIEDLAND I.M. [[in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern]] / REUTERGELD / 25 / PF. / [[translation]] FRIEDLAND IN MECKLENBURG - VORPOMMERN / REUTERGELD [[banknotes issued to honour Fritz Reuter]] / 25 PFENNIG
[[reverse text - contains plattdeutsch]]
GAHT AN DE ARBEIT, AN DE NOT / MIT MAUT UN TAUVERSICHT! DE DOD, / DE BRINGT DENN AUST UN GOTTES SEGEN. / HOLLT UT! HOLLT UT! / 25 PFENNIG / H.K. [[artist initials]] / GÜLTIG IM GELDVERKEHR INNERHALB DES STADTGEBIETES / BIS ZUM 31. JANUAR 1922. / RAT DER STADT FRIEDLAND I.M. / [[signatures x3]] / [[translation]] GO AT WORK, AT ADVERSITY / WITH COURAGE AND CONFIDENCE! THE DEATH, / IT BRINGS THEN HARVEST TIME AND GOD'S BLESSING. / STRIKE OUT! STRIKE OUT! [[=hit]] / 25 PFENNIG / H.K. [[artist initials]] / VALID IN MONETARY TRANSACTIONS WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP UNTIL JANUARY 31, 1922. / COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FRIEDLAND IN MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN / [[signatures x3]] /[[/translation]]
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
notgeld
date made
1922
date on object
1922-01-31
place made
Germany
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 7.6 cm x 5.6 cm x.01 cm; 3 in x 2 7/32 in x in
ID Number
NU.NU45859
catalog number
NU45859
accession number
175975
Credit Line
Anna Cote
subject
NNC German Notgeld
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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