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100000000 Mark 1923. Fourth Issue, Germany

in Krause book Number: 107d
Years of issue: 01.10.1923
Edition:
Signatures: Reichsbankdirektorium: Havenestein, v. Glasenapp, Budczies, Bernhard, Seiffert, Vocke, v. Grimm, Kauffmann, Schneider, Friedrich, Fuchs, P.Schneider
Serie: 1922 - 1923 Issue
Specimen of: 22.08.1923
Material: Cotton fiber
Size (mm): 150 x 85
Printer: Giesecke und Devrient GmbH, Leipzig

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100000000 Mark 1923. Fourth Issue

Description

Watermark:

watermark

On these banknotes of Fourth Issue is watermark - Z- und Sternmuster mit G und D, which consist of straight lines, forming letter "Z" and hexagonal stars, in there are repeatedly, light on dark background, letters "G" and "D" - stands for company "Giesecke & Devrient" (printer).

Sourse: Announcement of Reichsbank from 27 September 1922.

watermark

Z-, stars, G and D inside.

Avers:

100000000 Mark 1923. Fourth Issue

On left side, vertically, is text: "Wer Banknoten nachmacht oder verfälscht, oder nachgemachte oder verfälschte sich verschafft und in Verkehr bringt, wird mit Zuchthaus nicht unter zwei Jahren bestraft."

In English:

"Anyone who imitates or distorts banknotes, or imitates or falsifies himself and puts them on the market, shall be punished with prison not less than two years."

In the center the text says that, from October 1, 1923, these banknotes are put into circulation and must be accepted for payment, along with other means of payment.

Denominations in numerals are centered and on right side, in words - centered.

Revers:

100000000 Mark 1923. Fourth Issue

White background.

Comments:

Remark:

Paper with this watermark was originally produced by the fine paper manufacturer "Felix Schoeller & Bausch" of Neu Kaliss for "Giesecke & Devrient". After the use of the pattern in the production of Reichsbanknoten, it was produced by a large number of other companies and was no longer used by "Giesecke & Devrient".