Marks of Catastrophe: German Hyperinflation - 12 Banknotes
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Product Details90+ year old notes used after World War I.
- 12 note collection of German Marks issued by the Weimar Republic during German Hyperinflation crisis 1921-1924.
- Comes packaged in an archival quality display.
- Front: All notes vary by denomination and size.
- Back: All notes vary by denomination and size.
These notes make great gifts or starter notes for the beginning World paper money collector. Add one of these hyperinflation notes to your cart today!
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.
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