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The 1921 Germany Weimar Oberschlesien Brown Porcelain 5 Mark Notgeld is a fascinating piece of German monetary history from the tumultuous years of the Weimar Republic.

During the early 1920s, Germany faced severe economic instability, marked by hyperinflation and currency depreciation. In response to the shortage of official currency, local authorities, municipalities, and even private entities issued their own emergency money, known as Notgeld, or "emergency money."

The Oberschlesien region, now part of Poland, was a significant industrial area in Upper Silesia. The issuance of porcelain Notgeld, including the 5 Mark denomination, was a creative response to the shortage of traditional paper currency. These porcelain notes were often produced in various colors and designs, adding to their collectibility.

As a collector's item, the 1921 Germany Weimar Oberschlesien Brown Porcelain 5 Mark Notgeld is highly sought after by numismatists interested in German Notgeld, as well as those fascinated by the economic and cultural history of the Weimar Republic.

1921 GERMANY WEIMAR OBERSCHLESIEN BROWN PORCELAIN 5 MARK NOTGELD

$40.00Price
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