Germany 500,000 Marks 1923 P88 VF

Germany 500,000 marks 1923 P88b Green on cream. Man to l and right in cap/ Design Fine
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SKU: WGE2032

Germany’s economy suffered runaway hyperinflation in the 1920’s. As inflation raged, what seemed a lot of money, after a few months would probably not have bought a postage stamp! The 500,000 marks are dated 1923 (P88) The illustration is quite simple with a dual portrait of a man wearing a Jacobite cap. This variety is regarded as scarce, available in pleasing VF and better £6.75.

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