Near the end of the hyperinflation period came this 200,000 Mark banknote issued by the Reichsbankdirektorium in Berlin in late 1923.
It is only printed on one side to save ink and in one colour. The paper quality is also notably thin.
Overall the note makes a grade of extra fine+ with no discernable rips or pinholes.
A nice example to put away.
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