Germany 50 Marks 1920 P68 AU/Unc

I’ve always liked this 50 mark note issued in Germany in 1920 and especially so when it is in choice condition. It is densely engraved with a framed illustration of a young girl with a rose garland in her hair and holding fruit on the front. The back depicts a farmer and scythe in one frame and an industrial worker with hammer in another (P68) Crisp AU/Uncirculated.
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Germany 50 marks 1920 P68 Dense engarving in green Young woman with garland in hair and holding fruit/ Farmer with scythe and Man with hammer Unc

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