This note is a middle condition example of the 10 Rubels bank note issued in Lithuania in 1918 by the German armed forces. It has some border tears but is still a rare and valuable collectable.
Despite the visible small tears on the edges the note overall is reasonable condition and makes a good addition to any collection looking to fill this era in a cost effective manner.
The Ostruble or eastern Ruble is the currency that was issued by German Armed Forces in 1916 for use in the eastern countries (Oberost) under German occupation. On its initial release this Rubel had the same worth as a Russian Rubel and the issuing authority at that time was the Darlehnskassen in Posen. Additional to this the Ost Rubel and the value of 2 Ost Mark. The Ostruble was replaced in Warsaw by the Polish Marka on 14th April 1917.