Banknotes from the City of Lyck

Ełk (former Polish: Łek; German: Lyck; Lithuanian: Lukas), also spelled Elk in English, is a small city in northeastern Poland with 61,156 inhabitants as of 2010. It was assigned to Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in 1999, after belonging to Suwałki Voivodeship from 1975 to 1998. Ełk is the seat of Ełk County. It lies on the shore of Ełk Lake, which was formed by a glacier, and is surrounded by extensive forests. It is the largest city and unofficial capital of historical Masuria. One of the principal attractions in the area is legal hunting. After the First World War, "Stadt" Lyck issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency.
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Mark (notgeld, 1914-1924)

100 Pfennig = 1 Mark

Available for swap 5 Pfennig
1920

Local banknote
85 × 54 mm
N# 214343
Available for swap 10 Pfennig
1920

Local banknote
85 × 53 mm
N# 212770
Available for swap 25 Pfennig
1920

Local banknote
84 × 54 mm
N# 214307
50 Pfennig
1920

Local banknote
85 × 54 mm
N# 214345

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Silberschatz.

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