The territory of Eupen-Maimedy was part of the German Reich until 1919, when as a result of the Treaty of Versailles it was given to Belgium. After occupation of Belgium in WW 11 (1940) this territory was re-united with the Reich - therefore the circulation of German Banknotes. After the entry of Allied troops the circulating German notes were hand-stamped by the returning Belgian authorities in the territory of Eupen-Malmedy, before the entry of the Allied troops in 1944, the locally valid German Banknotes, occasionally also Reich's Credit Treasury Notes, were hand-stamped by various Municipalities,previously Belgian. The hand - stamped notes were legal tender until exchanged for Belgian notes. Almost all hand - stamped notes of this type are very scarce.
JANUARY 22, 1929 - ND 1945 GERMANY
10 REICHSMARK BANKNOTES EMERGENCY REISSUE
PICK # 188A (WITHOUT HOLES)
OBVERSE: BLUE - GREEN ON TAN AND GRAY UNDER PRINT
PORTRAIT ALBRECHT D. THAER AT RIGHT
HAND STAMPED "S" FROM REICHSBANK OFFICE
WATERMARK: HEAD OF ALBRECHT D. THAER
85.00GRADED: EXTRA FINE 40/45 FEW FOLDS, LIGHTLY CIRCULATED
VISUALLY PLEASING .
BOOK TO VF GRADING $400.00
VERY RARE AS A REISSUE BANKNOTE
SHIPPED IN A PROTECTIVE BANKNOTE SLEEVE.
|Shipping / Handling Cost||Cost For Each Additional Item||Service|
|$10.00||$1.00||Economy Shipping (1 to 10 business days)|
INSURANCE AND TRACKING AT ADDITIONAL COST