German Inflation Banknotes - 12 Banknotes Total Over 700 Million Marks!

A remarkable collection from the hyperinflation crisis of 1921-24 when Germany was forced to pay massive war reparations that sparked one of the worst periods of inflation in history. The Reichsbank, Germany’s national bank, could barely print paper money in increasingly larger denominations fast enough to keep up with the rising prices of goods. Despite the chaos that must have been going on at the Reichsbank’s security printers, these banknotes are beautiful examples of the printer’s art, featuring intricate multicolor printing and state of the art security features such as complex watermarks. These rarely-seen banknotes, now nearly a century old, are mounted in a lovely presentation folio in chronological order including a history of the German hyperinflation crisis.

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