German Weimar Republic 1920s hyperinflation currency! This note has a face value of Ten Million Marks.
- Ten Million Reichsmark banknote from Germany (Weimar Republic) issued from 1923-1924.
- Comes packaged in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- Front: Denomination at center with text beneath and the date of issue.
- Back: The back is left blank.
These German banknotes are from the 1920s when hyperinflation caused by World War One reparations imposed by the Versailles Treaty crippled the country's economy. By the end of 1923, the U.S. Dollar was worth more than 4 Trillion German Marks! These notes are relatively common, but are highly sought after by collectors.