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  Germany

Only the following banknotes from Germany are qualified for redemption. Occasionally there are banknotes that are acceptable for redemption but are not listed here. We recommend that you send in your banknotes regardless, as they will be returned to you should they not be redeemable. If you have any questions about the validity of any banknotes in your posession please contact us.

 
  Denomination
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Description *TCC Valid Until    
5.0 mark
Germany5.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Green on multicolour underprint. Young Venetian woman by Albrecht Durer. Back: Oak sprig at left centre
Dec 31, 2099  
10.0 mark
Germany10.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Blue on multicolour underprint. Young man by Albrecht Durer at right. Back: Sail training ship ;Gorch Fock'
Dec 31, 2099  
20.0 mark
Germany20.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Black and green on multicolour underprint. Elsbeth Tucher by Albrecht Durer (1499) at right. Back, Violin, bow and clarinet.
Dec 31, 2099  
50.0 mark
Germany50.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Brown and olive-green on multicolour underprint Portrait of Hand Umiller by Barthel Belham (circa 1525) at right. Back, Holsten-Tor gate in Lubeck
Dec 31, 2099  
100.0 mark
Germany100.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Blue on multicolour underprint. Master Sebastian Munster by Christoph Amberger (1552) at right. Back, Eagle.
Dec 31, 2099  
500.0 mark
Germany500.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series. Brown-lilac on multicolour underprint. Male protrait by Hans Maler zu Schwaz. Back, Eltz Castle.
Dec 31, 2099  
1000.0 mark
Germany1000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1960

1960, 1970, 1980 series.Dark brown on multocolour underprint. Astronmer Johannes Schoner by Lucas Cranach the elder (1529) at right. Back, Catherdral of Limburg on the Lahn.
Dec 31, 2099  
10.0 mark
Germany10.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1991

BBK3a series (1991), Bluish-violet. Front has Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), mathematician, astronomer, geodesist and physicist. In the background, buildings from historic Gottingen. Reverse is a sextant, like the one Gauss used for measuring.
Dec 31, 2099  
5.0 mark
Germany5.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

BBK3a series (1992), Greenish-yellow. Front has Bettina von Armin (1785-1859), writer. In the background, a picture of Wiepesdorf castle and historic buildings of Berlin. Reverse is the Brandenburg Gate
Dec 31, 2099  
20.0 mark
Germany20.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

BBK3a series (1992), Bluish-green. Front has Annette von Droste-Hulshoff (1797-1848), poet. In the background, historic buildings of the town of Meersburg. The reverse has a quill and a Beech Tree, referred to in Annette von Droste-Hulshoff's short novel "Die Judenbuche" (Jews' Beech Tree).
Dec 31, 2099  
500.0 mark
Germany500.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

BBK3a series (1992), Red-purple. Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), painter, copper engraver and natural scientist. In the background, buildings from historical Nuremburg. The reverse has a dandelion, with the caterpillar and butterfly of the Pale Tussock Moth.
Dec 31, 2099  
1000.0 mark
Germany1000.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1992

BBK3a series (1992). Reddish-brown. Wilhelm (1786-1859) and Jacob Grimm (1785-1863), linguists and collectors of German folklore. In the background, historic buildings from the city of Kassel. The reverse has the "German dictionary" and the "Royal Library" in Berlin, one of the domains of the Grimm Brothers.
Dec 31, 2099  
100.0 mark
Germany100.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1997

BBK3a series (1997), Reddish-blue. Front has Clara Schumann (1819-1896), pianist and composer. In the background, buildings from historic Leipzig. Thr reverse shows a grand piano and the Hoch Conservatorium in Frankfurt where Clara Schumann taught for four years.
Dec 31, 2099  
200.0 mark
Germany200.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1997

BBK3a series (1997), Red-orange. Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), doctor and serologist. In the background, historic buildings from the city of Frankfurt. Reverse has a microscope, used frequently by Paul Ehrlich in his work.
Dec 31, 2099  
50.0 mark
Germany50.0 banknote
Year Issued - 1998

BBK3a series (1998), Olive brown. Front has Balthasar Neumann (1687-1753), baroque architect. In the background, historic buildings from the town of Wurzburg. The reverse has a partial view of the stairway of the Wurzburg residence and side-view of the St Benedict abbey church in Neresheim.
Dec 31, 2099  
 
   
*TCC Valid Until represents the date to which The Currency Commission will accept banknotes for processing.
   
   





 
 
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