German Hyperinflation bank notes

Lucky Strike

Lucky Strike

2015-07-06 16:11:16

Designed by Herbery Bayer, an Austrian designer who attended the Bauhaus as a student and later as the director of advertising and printing, these hyperinflation banknotes were used during the German Inflation which lasted from 1914 to 1923. The notes range from 1 million to 10 billion, but can be yours for only €1,000 if the estimated value is anything to go by. If these things are your bag then the auction is being hosted by Auctionata on the 2nd of June.
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