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Banknote Germany 1000 Reichsbanknote - Red seal - 1910

Banknote Germany 1000 Reichsbanknote - Red seal - 1910

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The 1000 Mark banknote from Germany in 1910 featured a design with allegorical figures and a red seal. The obverse of the note depicts an allegorical female figure, possibly representing Germania, wearing a helmet and holding a sword and shield. Behind her is a view of the Pergamon Altar in Berlin. The reverse of the note features another allegorical female figure, possibly representing Agriculture, holding a sickle and sheaf of wheat, with a view of a castle in the background.

The note also features intricate patterns and designs, as well as the denomination "1000 Mark" in several locations. The red seal, located near the bottom of the obverse, includes the denomination and the date.

This banknote was issued by the German Reichsbank and was in circulation during the early years of the Weimar Republic. Its high denomination of 1000 Mark would have made it a relatively rare note, likely used primarily for large transactions or as a store of value during a period of inflation and economic instability.