A Million mark different denomination Postage Stamps issued during the hyperinflation-Germany -Weimar Republic Hyperinflation Issues - 1923
The hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic was a three-year period of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic (modern-day Germany) between June 1921 and January 1924. The hyperinflation was a cause of considerable internal political instability in the country, the occupation of the Ruhr by foreign troops and misery for the general populace.
The stamps shown above, in different denominations Million Marks, were issued in October 1923. Actually, after about two months, these new stamps were also on the verge of being obsolete. By the beginning of December 1923, a domestic letter cost 50,000,000,000 Marks to mail, and a letter being mailed outside Germany cost 300,000,000,000 Marks.
There are many plate varieties on this set, and, due to the fact that the frame / background of the stamp was printed in a separate process from the denomination, there are also many value shifts on just about all the denominations.
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