A note issued during the crazy hyperinflation period of the 1920s in Germany featuring a portraits of a merchant. This 5000 marks note was issued in 1921 and densely engraved in brown and green on cream (P81) . We offer them in Good Fine to VF.
Germany suffered rampant hyperinflation in the early 1920’s and local banks, towns, industries and municipalities started issuing banknotes alongside the government issues. These 1000 marks notes were issued by the Stadt of Bamberg. They are fairly simple affairs and actually circulated during this fraught economic crisis Available in G Fine to VF at just £5.25.
Twenty different circulated notes issued in Germany before the Second World War when Germany was still one country. Ranging in dates from 1908 through the hyperinflation of the 1920s to the 1930’s and the eve of the Second World War. Fine to VG.
Ten different circulated notes issued in Germany before the Second World War when Germany was still one country. Ranging in dates from 1908 through the hyperinflation of the 1920’s to the 1930’s and the eve of the Second World War. Fine to VG £9.50.
In the early 1990s, Yugoslavia suffered chronic hyperinflation with banknotes being issued in the millions and finally the billions. This 100 million Dinara is dated 1993. (P124) A young boy appears on the front with the facade of the Academy of Science on the back. A relic of troubled times before war led to the breakup of the country. Crisp Uncirculated at just £ 3.75
Not many countries have had to resort to issuing banknotes with a billion denomination. Always a result of runaway inflation, these billion notes have always fascinated collectors. We offer this 500 billion Dinara note from Yugoslavia issued in 1993 (P137) in Uncirculated at only £12.50.