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Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC


Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC

Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC   Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC

This uncirculated 50 Deutsche Mark note is a standard circulation banknote issued by German Central Bank for the Federal Republic of Germany. It is an olive brown note that is dated 01 August 1991, bear the signatures of Helmut Schlesinger and Hans Tietmeyer, and measures 146 mm x 71 mm. Its obverse side features proportional dividers, buildings in Wurzburg, and a portrait of Balthasar Neumann. Its reverse side shows the bank logo, the abbey church of Neresheim, the staircase of the Wurzburg Residence, and the ground plan of the Holy Cross Chapel of Kitzinger-Etwashausen.

Security features include a windowed security thread with a demetallized 50 DM and a watermark of Balthasar Neumann with a 50.


Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC   Germany Federal Republic 50 Deutsche Mark, 1991, P-40b, UNC