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Zwanzig Reichsmark (20 Reichsmark)

Zwanzig Reichsmark (20 Reichsmark)

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The Zwanzig Reichsmark (20 Reichsmark) banknote was a denomination of banknote issued in Germany during the Third Reich era (1933-1945). The design of the note featured an image of the German eagle on the front, with the denomination in the center, and various other designs and text around the border. The back of the note featured an image of the Pergamon Altar, an ancient Greek temple.

The Zwanzig Reichsmark banknote was first issued in 1939, with subsequent issues released throughout the war years. It was part of a series of banknotes that included denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 1000 Reichsmark notes, each with their own unique designs and features.

Today, these banknotes are considered historical artifacts and can be valuable to collectors. The value of a specific banknote will depend on a variety of factors, including its condition, rarity, and historical significance.