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.
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