Germany 5 Marks 1917 P56 Unc

Germany 5 marks 1917 P56 Blue. Woman with flowers in hair at top r/ Design with oak leaves at centre AUnc
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SKU: WGE1474
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Crisp Uncirculated 5 marks note issued by Germany during the First World War. (P56a) They are dated 1917. The design is quite dense with a young girl with a flower garland in her hair in a frame to the right. A crown surrounded by oak leaves appears on the back. £6.50 each

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