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Germany: Town of Bad Harzburg Notgeld Set (4) 1922 UNC

Germany: Town of Bad Harzburg Notgeld Set (4) 1922 UNC
Product Code
DER-NGBHRZ
Price:
20.00 ($ 23.60)
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Town of Bad Harzburg, Germany. Notgeld set of 10, 20, 50 and 75 Pfennig 1922 (Nude women; Hippocentaurs; Entertainment; Overall topic: Leisure and recreation in Bad Harzburg. Printer: Druckerei Paul Rosdorff, Bad Harzburg) UNC

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Catalogue Numbers: L-563 or G/M 581.1a (4)

Notgeld (German for "emergency money" or "necessity money") refers to money issued by an institution in a time of economic or political crisis. The issuing institution is usually one without official sanction from the central government. This occurs usually when sufficient state-produced money is not available from the central bank. Most notably, notgeld generally refers to money produced in Germany and Austria during World War I and the Interbellum. Issuing institutions could be a town's savings banks, municipality and private or state-owned firms.

Grade/condition: Uncirculated (UNC) (new, unused, mint) GRADING INFO