About #6 - 50 deutsche mark type 1948
German Democratic Republic. German Treasury. 1948 Currency Reform Issues. Date: June 24, 1948. Dimensions: 170 x 85 mm. Watermark: David Hansemann or oak leaf. Material: Paper. No security thread. Printer: Reichsdruckerei. Multicolored front and back printing, predominantly green and brown. Description of the front: Gray-blue adhesive stamp on 50 Reichsmark Type 1933 (Ref. Pick: # 182, TBB: # B320 or Grabowski: # DEU-210). Background composed of guilloche patterns. Seal of the Reichsbank in dark green. Portrait of the German banker and politician David Hansemann (1790-1864). Texts in German. Letter and numbering in red. Value "50" on the left. Seven or eight unknown signatures. Description of the back: Texts in German. Background composed of guilloche patterns. Two seated cherubs holding scales frame a medallion representing the helmeted god Mercury with his caduceus. Value "50" in the corners.
50 deutsche mark type 1948