Bob Knepper of Anaheim, CA writes:
The item concerning www.jetons-monnaie.net said "It's in French". True statement, but the site includes a flag which, when clicked on, yields a fairly good English version. The site is well done, has some good information, and also has some good references.
Anil Bohora writes:
You can get authentic information about Austrian Notgeld from Familie Kreunz . The address of her web site is http://www.austriannotgeld.com/some_information_about_austrian_.htm She also publishes a book about Austrian Notgeld that can be bought from her.
Tony Tumonis writes:
While most Austrian Notgeld is very inexpensive today, some Austrian Notgeld can be quite scarce. Both pieces you showed in the last issue were the more common issues.
Two excellent reference books on Austrian Notgeld Currency are Das osterreichische Notgeld 1917 bis 1922 and Das Osterreichische Notgeld Sonderserien 1919-122 both are written by Gottfried Meyerbeck.
The first lists and gives valuations for the regular issues, and the second lists and gives valuations for the Special Collector Issues. Written in German, both books are easy to follow.
Thanks for everyone for their great input of this topic. E-Sylum readers can always be counted on to know where to look! -Editor
Wayne Homren, Editor
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