Germany 5 Marks 1917 & 10 Marks 1920 AU/unc

A pair of Uncirculated notes issued in the early years of the 20th century in Germany. Both are densely engraved in the style of the time. The first is the 5 marks dated 1917 (P56 )A young woman wearing a garland of flowers is to the right. The 10 marks dated a few years later in 1920 have a simple design with an eagle to the left and right on the front. (P67) Both notes are Uncirculated.
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SKU: WGE1637
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