Here's a Google-translated article by Hans Ludwig Grabowski about a new book on Germany's inflation banknotes, from Geldscheine Online.
Dießner, Hans-Jürg Alfred:
The expenditures of the German Reichsbank and the emergency expenditures of the high inflation 1923/1924
378 pages, format 14.8 cm x 21 cm,
Paperback, Goldbach 2022
Price: 35.90 euros
After Kai Lindman had already dealt with the subject in a catalog in 2003, Alfred Dießner, who is known to collectors as the author of the catalog on German emergency money from 1914/1915 , has now published his own revision .
With over 800 different issues of billions of bills of hyperinflation, the full-color catalog lists significantly more bills than Lindman, sorted by place of issue from A to Z. In addition, there are the trillion notes of the Deutsche Reichsbank and in the appendix special features, curiosities, manipulations, forgeries and more.
All certificates are listed with variants and are currently evaluated.
The foreword and the introduction to the Reichsbanknotes and the appendix were written in German and English.
In view of the fact that there is no revision of the emergency money of the high inflation for the entire German Reich and here still Dr. Arnold Keller is quoted with his catalog from 1958, the new catalog by Alfred Dießner is an important and up-to-date work, at least for the highest denominations of inflation.
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Neuer Katalog: Billionenscheine
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