Germany 50 Million Marks 1923 P109 Dark Unc

The hyperinflation suffered by Germany after the First World War ravaged the economy. Banknotes were issued with values in the millions and even billions to cope with rising prices. One such note was the 50 million marks dated 1923 (P109) Printed on one side only, they are simple affairs which in no time at all was eclposed by even great denominations. Our examples are in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
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Germany 50 million marks 1923 P109 Pink and black on cream Crisp EF

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