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Title: 100,000 Marks
Date: 1923-02-01
Object Name: paper money
Classification: European
Culture(s):
German
Mint: Europe, Weimar Republic, Berlin
Technique: printed
Medium: paper
Dimensions: Coin: 12 O'Clock (12 O'Clock) Overall: 11.5 x 19 cm (4 1/2 x 7 7/16 in.)
Subject/Image: Reverse: Ornamental design within which denomination "100000"
Subject/Image: Obverse: In a medallion, male bust right (Portrait bust right from the painting of the Merchant Georg Gisze, 1532, by Hans Holbein der Jnngere (Hans Holbein the Younger))
Inscription: Reverse: Reichsbanknote RBD 100000 Mark Hunderttousand Mark WER BANKNOTEN NACHMACHT ODER VERFALSCHT ODER NACHGEMACHT ODER VERFALSCHT SICH VERSCHAFFT UND IN VERKEHR BRINGT, WIRD MIT ZUCHTHAUS NICHT UNTER 2 JAHREN BESTRAFT.
Inscription: Obverse: 1000 Reichsbanknote Hunderttousand Mark N.10960562
Description: In field left medallion in which portrait bust three-quarters to right of Georg Gisze wearing flat cap. Serial number N.10960562 in large green print in upper right and lower left. Bank seals left and right of signatures in lower right. 100000 within ornate design in right margin./ Ornamental design within which denomination "100000", and around which text. Lathe work around. Watermark: Oak branch ornaments on the right 1/4 of the note only.
Accession Number: NG.2010.4.158