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32 SILK NOTE GERMANY 5000000 FIVE CRORE /500 DMM INFLATION NOTE, ISSUED FOR USE IN BIELFIED First WW1 PEACE NOTE ~ 5 Mark UNC German, Currency 1923 ISSUE, bible references on a note in Germany. Est 9000-15000
This note is without the official round stamp that was so common on these notes making it all the more rare. It truly is a remarkably beautiful bank note and rock solid investment.
|Naked people trampling over the now impoverished Germany and Austria whilst dancing around a statue of the fattened golden calf. bag whilst spilling forth money from of his pockets which are floating to the ground. The left illustration is a naked figure passing by a sack of Dollars under a cloudy sky the golden calf, stop, you have at the end of your life only yourself.” this section is text is reference to a passage from the Holy Bible within the book of Exodus.
|The central illustration is the figure of a woman carrying bags of money, exposing her breasts, while men stare on with lust. Beneath is the text: “Dich lieben wir börse, vielmehr als die verse“, which means “We love the stock exchange, rather than the verse”. The verse in question is indicated below the figure in small letters and is a quotation from the Holy Bible from Matthew 23:17, which says: “You blind fools, which is greater, the gold, or the temple that makes the gold sacred?” The left illustration is an impoverished looking man, and around the illustration are references to two verses of the Holy Bible: Jeremiah 2:16 “Also, the men of Memphis and Tahpanhes have shaved the crown of your head”, and Job 16:11 “God has turned me over to evil men and thrown me into the clutches of the wicked”. The right illustration is a figure representing President Woodrow Wilson, holding a “dollar sack”.
Starting at 9,000.00
- Ending Date – 15th Feb 2021 23:40:00
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