1922 German Emergency 100 Marks in Leather

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Post World War I Germany was economically strained. So much so that it is a period studied to learn about the causes and effects of hyper inflation.

This banknote whilst not hyperinflationary, is an example of the resourcefulness demonstrated by a town with a significant leather output. When faced with a currency shortage the town of Osterwieck elected to produce their very own banknotes made of leather.

The notes remain quite well preserved and the colours are still quite vibrant.