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fogger -> a left field question for our German friends (7/13/2021 11:13:27 PM)

Hello to our German friends or any numismatist.

Many years ago I was given five "Reichsbanknote" a 50,000 mark, a 10,000 mark, a 1,000 mark, 20 mark and a 10 mark. The notes are dated 19 Nov 1922, 19 Jan 1922, 9 Feb 1920, 20 Feb 1918 and 15 Dec 1922.

Does anybody know if they are worth anything?

cheers
john




rhinobones -> RE: a left field question for our German friends (7/14/2021 12:16:11 AM)

If they are in uncirculated pristine condition, there probably is a collectorís value. But, considering that during the 1920ís marks were printed by the bushel; the collector market is probably flooded with bank notes. Itís a supply vs demand thing.

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fogger -> RE: a left field question for our German friends (7/14/2021 12:32:21 AM)

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larryfulkerson -> RE: a left field question for our German friends (7/14/2021 1:03:52 AM)

IIRC in the 1920's the German economy was going through a massive inflation and I remember hearing a story about a thief that stold a lady's basket, dumped all the money it held at her feet and abscouned with her basket. So those notes MIGHT be worth something but then again maybe not. I donno.




cathar1244 -> RE: a left field question for our German friends (7/14/2021 6:14:41 PM)


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ORIGINAL: fogger

Hello to our German friends or any numismatist.

Many years ago I was given five "Reichsbanknote" a 50,000 mark, a 10,000 mark, a 1,000 mark, 20 mark and a 10 mark. The notes are dated 19 Nov 1922, 19 Jan 1922, 9 Feb 1920, 20 Feb 1918 and 15 Dec 1922.

Does anybody know if they are worth anything?

cheers
john


https://en.numista.com/catalogue/note207354.html will give you an idea of the variation in price demanded for the 50,000 mark note. As mentioned, it all depends on what condition the banknote is in.

Cheers




fogger -> RE: a left field question for our German friends (7/14/2021 10:01:17 PM)

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