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Germany Paderborn (4) Bishop Notgeld

We offer sets of notgeld issued by Paderborn, a city in Eastern North Rhine Westphalia which was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in AD795. Sets are Uncirculated and dated 1921. Those on offer here feature 4 bishops.
£5.75

Germany Paderborn Coronation King & Queen Notgeld (4)

Sets of notgeld issued by Paderborn, a city in Eastern North Rhine Westphalia which was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in AD795. Uncirculated and dated 1921. Showing several themes including the meeting of Pope Leo II with Charlemagne in 799, a shooting festival and the coronation of the Kaiser’s wife in 1002.
£4.50

Germany, 4 different Diepholz Notgeld , 1921

Set of 4 uncirculated notgeld
£5.50

Germany, Bad Sachsa, 50 pfennig Notgeld issued in 1921

50 pfennig note issued by the town of Bad Sachsa in Lower Saxony
£2.45

Germany, Bitterfeld, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Pair of Notgeld issued in 1921 by the town of Bitterfeld, Saxony
£3.25

Germany, Scheessel, Pair of Notgeld dated 1921

Pair of Notgeld issued by the town of Scheessel, Germany
£3.45

Germany, Set of 3 Altenkirchen Notgeld dated 1921. UNC

Issued by Altenkirchen a town in the Rhineland Palatinate
£4.25

Germany, Set of 3 Fallersleben Notgeld. UNC

Issued by the district of Fallersleben (Wolfsburg) in 1920
£4.50

Germany/France Avignon Weihnacht 1921 5 Marks /50 centimes POW Notgeld

These unusual Notgeld were issued for a camp of German Prisoners of War in Avignon France. They are dated Christmas 1921, a long time after the end of World War 1. They have a stated value of 5 marks or 50 centimes and could be redeemed after being freed. They are fairly crudely printed with vignettes of a snowy scene in the camp and a mother with her children near a Christmas Tree. The back has a poem that reads like a lament, accusing Germany, their motherland, of abandoning them. Unusual Prisoner of War Notgeld £7.85 each
£7.85