Another lovely set of beautifully kept 1921 notgeld banknotes from Fallersleben in Germany.
Crisp paper, sharp edges and great colours.
Suitable for any high end collection of notgeld / emergency money.
Please make an informed decision using the high resolution images.
Issued by: Stadt Dahlenburg
Catalogue: M. Mehl 360.1
75 Pfennig with birth home of the founder
50 Pfennig with loacal castle and church
25 Pfennig depicts a memorial
The city sigil or coat of arms is displayed along with the note value.
FALLERSLEBEN NOTGELD 10, 25, 50 PFENNIG 1920-1921
Fallersleben 1 1/7
Width 80 mm
Height 55 mm
Issue Start Date 01/10/1920
Issue End Date 01/10/1921
3x10pf, 2x25pf, 2x50pf
360.1 color varieties
Fallersleben is a district in the City of Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, with a population of 11,269 (as of 2010). The village of Fallersleben was first mentioned in 942 under the name of Valareslebo. Fallersleben became a city in 1929, and was incorporated into Wolfsburg in 1972. Before 1972, it belonged to Gifhorn. In 1939, Fallersleben had 2,600 inhabitants.
August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben (1798-1874), romantic poet best known for writing “Das Lied der Deutschen” (Song of the Germans)