From 1933 when the Nazis came to power in Germany until October 1941, Hitler and the Nazi party encouraged Jews to leave the country. But to restrict the outflow of money, emigrating German Jews were issued Konversionskasse Notes as “receipts” for blocked bank accounts and sealed safe deposit boxes. Though told the large-size “conversion notes” were readily exchangeable for hard currency in other countries, Jews fleeing Nazi Germany soon learned that the currency had little or no value abroad.
Thanks to a special purchase, we are offering Reichsmark “conversion notes” – featuring designs unique to this currency and bearing red 1934-dated overprints on the left portion. These uncancelled notes are free of often-found pin holes, in hard-to-find About Uncirculated/Uncirculated condition. We also have specially priced uncancelled 10 Reichsmark notes with tiny pin holes. Supplies are limited – order today.
- Material: Paper
- Product Type: Single Products
- Countries: Germany
- Year: 1934