Germany 10,000 Marks 1922 P70 Vampire Crisp EF/GEF

These 10,000 mark notes dated 1922 are often referred to as Vampire notes. This is because, hidden in the portrait of the merchant on the front, is a vampire sucking his throat, an allusion to the burden of reparation payments Germany was subject to after World War 1 which were bleeding the economy dry. Available here in Crisp EF/GEF.
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£13.50

Germany 10,000 marks 1922 P70 Large Format Green and black on cream. Portrait of merchant at r hiding famous Vampire/ Eagle motif in panel EF/GEF.

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