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Picture of Germany Paderborn (4) Bishop Notgeld

Germany Paderborn (4) Bishop Notgeld

We offer sets of notgeld issued by Paderborn, a city in Eastern North Rhine Westphalia which was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in AD795. Sets are Uncirculated and dated 1921. Those on offer here feature 4 bishops.
£5.75
Picture of Germany Paderborn Coronation King & Queen Notgeld (4)

Germany Paderborn Coronation King & Queen Notgeld (4)

Sets of notgeld issued by Paderborn, a city in Eastern North Rhine Westphalia which was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in AD795. Uncirculated and dated 1921. Showing several themes including the meeting of Pope Leo II with Charlemagne in 799, a shooting festival and the coronation of the Kaiser’s wife in 1002.
£4.50
Picture of Germany, 4 different Diepholz Notgeld , 1921

Germany, 4 different Diepholz Notgeld , 1921

Set of 4 uncirculated notgeld
£5.50
Picture of Germany, Bad Sachsa, 50 pfennig Notgeld issued in 1921

Germany, Bad Sachsa, 50 pfennig Notgeld issued in 1921

50 pfennig note issued by the town of Bad Sachsa in Lower Saxony
£2.45
Picture of Germany, Bitterfeld, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Germany, Bitterfeld, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Pair of Notgeld issued in 1921 by the town of Bitterfeld, Saxony
£3.25
Picture of Germany, Scheessel, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Germany, Scheessel, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Pair of Notgeld issued by the town of Scheessel, Germany
£3.45
Picture of Germany, Set of 3 Altenkirchen Notgeld dated 1921. UNC

Germany, Set of 3 Altenkirchen Notgeld dated 1921. UNC

Issued by Altenkirchen a town in the Rhineland Palatinate
£4.25
Picture of Germany, Set of 3 Fallersleben Notgeld. UNC

Germany, Set of 3 Fallersleben Notgeld. UNC

Issued by the district of Fallersleben (Wolfsburg) in 1920
£4.50
Picture of Germany/France Avignon Weihnacht 1921 5 Marks /50 centimes POW Notgeld

Germany/France Avignon Weihnacht 1921 5 Marks /50 centimes POW Notgeld

These unusual Notgeld were issued for a camp of German Prisoners of War in Avignon France. They are dated Christmas 1921, a long time after the end of World War 1. They have a stated value of 5 marks or 50 centimes and could be redeemed after being freed. They are fairly crudely printed with vignettes of a snowy scene in the camp and a mother with her children near a Christmas Tree. The back has a poem that reads like a lament, accusing Germany, their motherland, of abandoning them. Unusual Prisoner of War Notgeld £7.85 each
£7.85