Germany 100 Marks 1903 P22 Abt F

These 100 mark notes are dated 1903 (P22) The design on the front is simple with a background underprint of a crowned eagle. The back shows the framed head of a woman supported by two women. In About Fine these 100 marks are now well over 100 years old. They are a particularly scarce variety cataloging a whopping $200 in VG! That’s over £150. Our price is just £14.50 each.
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