Collection: German 10 Reichsbanknote 1924

The 10 Reichsbanknote of 1924 was a banknote issued by the German government, as part of the new series of banknotes that were introduced after the hyperinflation that occurred in Germany following World War I. The note had a face value of 10 Reichsmarks and featured a portrait of the German statesman and philosopher Albrecht von Graefe on the front, and an image of a hand holding a microscope on the back.

Like the other banknotes in the 1924 series, the 10 Reichsbanknote was backed by the newly introduced Rentenmark, which was pegged to the value of gold. This helped to stabilize the German economy and restore confidence in the German currency after the period of hyperinflation that had devastated the German economy.

Today, the 10 Reichsbanknote from 1924 is considered a historical artifact and a symbol of Germany's turbulent economic and political past. It is sought after by collectors of banknotes and other historical items, who value it for its rarity and historical significance.