About #47 - 200 Deutsche Mark Type 1996
Federal Republic of Germany. Deutsche Bundesbank. 1996 Issues. 200 Deutsche Mark Type 1996. Date of issue: 01-08-1997. Printing colors: Red-orange and blue on multicolor underprint. Dimensions: 162 x 77 mm. Watermark: Paul Ehrlich and 200. Front: German text. Prefix letters and the banknote number are printed in black and green. Double hexagon OVD Kinegram. At right, portrait of the Doctor and Serologist Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915). In background, buildings with the house of Ehrlich and bridge in Franckfurt-am-Main. Molecular structure of arsenobenzol. Only one type of signatures: Hans Tietmeyer / Johann Wilhelm Gaddum. Back: Bundesbank logo in brown. Microscope, viruses and bacteria. Rod of Asclepius and chemistry beaker. Background with weavy lines patterns. Windowed security thread with demoralized 200 DM. Not present on the 1989 Type, a new safety sign made up of small yellow circles called "Omron rings" and a pearly lustre stripe at right. Printer: Bundesdruckerei. Material: Paper. Replacement notes: Prefix begins by YA.