Banknotes from the City of Neuruppin (notgeld)

Neuruppin is a town in Brandenburg, Germany, the administrative seat of Ostprignitz-Ruppin district. It is the birthplace of the novelist Theodor Fontane (1819–1898) and therefore also referred to as Fontanestadt. A garrison town since 1688 and largely rebuilt in a Neoclassical style after a devastating fire in 1787, Neuruppin has the reputation of being "the most Prussian of all Prussian towns". After the First World War, "Stadt" Neuruppin issued notgeld in response to a severe shortage of currency.
Wikidata: Q16085

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Mark (notgeld, 1914-1924)

100 Pfennig = 1 Mark

5 Pfennig

Local banknote

N# 290589
25 Pfennig
1921

Local banknote
78 × 54 mm
N# 288374
25 Pfennig
1921

Local banknote
85 × 50 mm
N# 324635
50 Pfennig
1921

Local banknote
88 × 65 mm
DeNG 1/2# 959.3-3/4, N# 274399
50 Pfennig
1921

Local banknote
88 × 65 mm
N# 231734
50 Pfennig
1921

Local banknote
88 × 65 mm
N# 288369

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Silberschatz.

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