1910 reichsbanknoteDecember 22 2001 at 3:14 PM
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|David Neuwirth (no login)|
Everyone has posted about 1923 bank notes (I have the Feb 1,1923 100000 mark note) but I also have two 100 mark notes from 1910. They are blue with an elaborate design on the front including a women holding a sword next to a tree by the water with ships passing. They are dated April 21, 1910.
Any value to these?
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|December 26 2001, 3:43 AM |
If they have red seals and serial number the date is really the one written.
If they have green seals and serial number it is a reprint (genuine of course) made in 1918÷22.
Both have the astronomical value ranging from 25 cents in Very Good to 20 US$ in REALLY Uncirculated condition.
The Very Fine condition that usually people have is worth 2 to 4US$ (the 4$ is when you find the gullible enough who wants to buy it)
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|January 23 2002, 1:51 PM |
Do you have any information about a Reichsbanknote, also dated April 21, 1910... 1000 Marks? Any value?
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|January 23 2002, 2:16 PM |
As usual I got my bible in front of me.
This time Worl Paper Money Volume 2.
1000 Mark dated 21 April 1910 there are 4 types listed here.
Red serial number:
6 digits (until 1916) ranges from 0,25 to 30 (thirty) US$. But the 30 has to be in Uncirculated condition. Mostly you will find around 3 to 6 US$ because it is not crisp untouched new.
7 digits, 0,25 to 2 (two) US$. 2 US$ has to be UNCIRCULATED.
Green serial number (reprint 1918÷22 but same old 1910 date)
6 digits is 1 to 30 (thirty) US $,
7 digits is 0,25 to 2.
These values are the market in the year 2000 but unless somebody has put huge amounts of notes in circulation lately, these values shouldn't have been varied much.