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DOES ANYONE RECONIZE THIS CURRENY???CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT IT IS ?? OR FROM WHEN??

Discussion in 'GENERAL DISCUSSION' started by Sookie, May 21, 2010.

  1. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT GUYS[​IMG]
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  2. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    [​IMG]
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  3. Mistye81

    Mistye81 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Looks like German, but can't be 100% sure.
  4. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    LOL- im sorry i know its german im trying to figure out what this kind of banknote is called
  5. rebago

    rebago WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    This might help you."
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    http://sammler.com/coins/inflation.htm
  6. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    omggg IE* has translate option its GERMAN"
  7. MorganaNox

    MorganaNox NEW MEMBER

    I googled this a bit since I found it quite interesting. It is emergency money which was issued after the 1. world war. There was a shortage of real money and a tremendous inflation.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NotgeldYou can use that link and wiki/google on from there on. Yours was issued in 1922 and was at first worth 500 Mark (probably Reichsmars, I am not sure there) which was increased later to 1000000 if I read it right.
  8. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    <table align="center" width="463" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" border="1">[​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]first trading day <table align="right" width="93" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1"> year $=DM 1971 3.643 1972 3.273 1973 3.205 1974 2.758 1975 2.418 1976 2.619 1977 2.346 1978 2.071 1979 1.822 1980 1.713 1981 1.975 1982 2.242 1983 2.374 1984 2.761 1985 3.173 1986 2.438 1987 1.918 1988 1.585 1989 1.764 1990 1.709 1991 1.490 1992 1.528 1993 1.637 1994 1.742 1995 1.554 1996 1.435 1997 1.541 1998 1.789 1999 1.655 The 1971-2005 data in this left-hand table are from Triacom, a translation services company in Barendorf, Germany. They generated it from oanda.com; see: Daily Rates section, below. The discrepancy with the eh.net table on the right is because the left-hand table has first trade date of the year values, while the right-hand table has annual averages . If a year's value in the right-hand table is higher, then the year average dollar rate was stronger than at the start of the year (said another way: the DM got weaker that year). Lawrence H. Officer, Professor of Economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago, on his InfoEurope page: From 1913 onward, all the European series are annual averages of daily exchange rates in the New York market. Prof. Officer also gives the following details about German currency names: On October 11, 1924 the monetary unit of Germany was changed from the mark to the reichsmark, where 1 reichsmark = 1,000,000,000,000 mark. Federal Reserve quotations switched from the mark to the reichsmark on October 29, 1924. In June 1948 the monetary unit was changed to the deutsche mark, where 1 deutsche mark = 10 reichsmark. <table align="center" width="118" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">Originally from: http://eh.net/hmit/now: measuringworth.org year $1=Marks, annual avg. 1913 M 4.20 1914 M 4.23 1915 M 4.85 1916 M 5.50 1917 M 5.77 1918 N/A 1919 M 32.85 1920 M 57.11 1921 M 83.02 1922 M 430.48 note on Bidwell at left:British milliard=US billion, British billion=US trillion. <table width="147" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">1923 M 50,000.00 1924avg. M 4,329,000,000.(4.329 US billion) 1925 RM 4.20  <table align="center" width="41" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">1926 RM 4.20 1927 RM 4.21 1928 RM 4.19 1929 RM 4.20 1930 RM 4.19 1931 RM 4.23 1932 RM 4.21 1933 RM 3.28 1934 RM 2.54 1935 RM 2.48 1936 RM 2.48 1937 RM 2.49 1938 RM 2.49 1939 RM 2.50 1940 RM 2.50 1941 RM 2.50 1942-1949 not available  <table align="center" width="90" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">1950 DM 4.20 1951 DM 4.20 1952 DM 4.20 1953 DM 4.20 1954 DM 4.20 1955 DM 4.21 1956 DM 4.20 1957 DM 4.20 1958 DM 4.19 1959 DM 4.18  <table align="center" width="88" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">1960 DM 4.17 1961 DM 4.02 1962 DM 4.00 1963 DM 3.99 1964 DM 3.98 1965 DM 3.99 1966 DM 4.00 1967 DM 3.99 1968 DM 3.99 1969 DM 3.92 annual averages <table align="center" width="125" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" border="1">Source still:http://eh.net/hmit/ 1970 DM 3.65 1971 DM 3.48 1972 DM 3.19 1973 DM 2.65 1974 DM 2.58 1975 DM 2.46 1976 DM 2.52 1977 DM 2.32 1978 DM 2.00 1979 DM 1.83 1980 DM 1.82 1981 DM 2.26 1982 DM 2.43 1983 DM 2.55 1984 DM 2.85 1985 DM 2.94 1986 DM 2.17 1987 DM 1.80 1988 DM 1.76 1989 DM 1.88 1990 DM 1.62 1991 DM 1.66 1992 DM 1.56 1993 DM 1.66 1994 DM 1.62 1995 DM 1.43 1996 DM 1.50 1997 DM 1.74 1998 DM 1.76 1999 DM 2.08
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  9. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    thanks for your help guys still havent matched it up though , still looking
  10. MorganaNox

    MorganaNox NEW MEMBER

    I really don't know what you mean with matching it. I can't find that exact note on Google.The note was issued in 1922 in Berlin and was at first worth 500 Mark. The backside is a picture of the Berliner Tiergarten as it was in 1737.It was restamped later to increase it's value, but I couldn't see a date there.I need more specific questions to help you more. :)
  11. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    well i cant find it on google- would you share the link where you find it with me??"
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    i really appreciate you taking the time to help me by the way
  12. MorganaNox

    MorganaNox NEW MEMBER

    There's a picture of it on here http://www.jetons-monnaie.net/a/aberlin.html
  13. MommyMachine

    MommyMachine A Mommy Machine

    Click here too <a href="http://www.jetons-monnaie.net/p/d/abillet627.html" >http://www.jetons-monnaie.net/p/d/abillet627.html</a>
  14. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    OK GUYS- with your help i found what i was looking for-"
    thanks for all the help [​IMG]
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  15. sweetg

    sweetg WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    German...I'm almost 100% sure.

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