50 Pfennig

Features

Country Municipality of Kneitlingen
(Federal state of Brunswick)
Type Local banknote
Year 1921
Value 50 Pfennig (0.50)
Currency Mark (notgeld, 1914-1924)
Composition Paper
Size 100 × 70 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 11-01-1921
References DeNG 1/2# 0710.1a-2/10
Hans-Ludwig Grabowski, Manfred Mehl, Arnold Keller; 2003. Deutsches Notgeld / Band 1-2. Deutsche Serienscheine von 1918-1922. Gietl Verlag, Regenstauf, Germany. ISBN 9783924861704.

Commemorative issue

Serie of Till Eulenspiegel

Series: 1b

Obverse

Vervet monkey and owl with mirror

Lettering:
Gemeinde Kneitlingen
dieser Schein verliert seine Gültigkeit am 1/November 1921
Kneitlingen den 1. Juli 1921

Translation:
Local community of Kneitlingen
this certificate expires on November 1, 1921

Designer: Günther Clausen

Reverse

Till Eulenspiegel in front of a gate

Lettering: Der Eulenspiegelhof in Kneitlingen

Translation: The courtyard of Eulenspiegel in Kneitlingen

Designer: Günther Clausen

Comments

Till Eulenspiegel was born in Kneitlingen. He traveled through northern Germany as a jester. Numerous pranks have survived.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
1921  9% handmade paper with printer
1921  0% handmade paper without printer
1921  100% white smooth paper with printer
1921  0% white smooth paper without printer

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