Germany 10,000 Marks Vampire P72 Fine

These 10,000 mark notes dated 1922 are often referred to as Vampire notes (P72) 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 German was subject to after World War 1 and which was bleeding the economy dry. Available here in Fine.
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SKU: WGE1735
£4.50
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