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German Bond Post Ww!

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Posted 01/13/2008   9:38 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add t360 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
These appear to be both from 1922.

The piece in this first picture is in beautiful condition!

This second piece is a little blurry. It looks like it has ten 100 mark coupons.
It also says 5000 on the lower piece, which is a little confusing.
Maybe this was one page of five in a booklet? Do you know how these bonds were sold and redeemed?
Since this was issued during Germany's hyper-inflationary period, I suppose they became worthless?
Fascinating pieces!
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