The 1 St. banknote pictured is a German Notgeld emergency money is the name of money issued by an institution not authorized for money distribution. This occurs usually when money is not available from the central bank.
The best known emergency money distributions occurred in Germany and Austria around the end of the First World War, which is why the German term is used.
Issuing institutions could be e.g. town savings banks, municipalities, private and state-owned firms. Belgern is a town in the district Nordsachsen, in the Free State of Saxony.
The cost of that note is $4.00
2nd Afghanistan 1000 Afghanis Banknote from 1979 cost $2.00
3rd Afghanistan 100 Afghanis Banknote from 1979 Uncirculated cost $2.00
4th Afghanistan 50 Afghanis Banknote from 1979 Uncirculated cost $2.00
5th CAMBODIA 50 Riels Uncirculated 2002 Issue - Temple and Dam cost $1.50
6th EGYPT 5 PIASTRES L. 1940 (2002) Uncirculated cost $2.00
7th Egypt banknote 10 Piastres from 2006, Undated (2006) cost $2.00
8th CROATIA 100,000 Hrvatskih Dinara 1993 Hyperinflation Banknote cost $2.00
9th ARGENTINA BANKNOTE 1 Peso Pick 263b AU 1956 cost $3.00
10th Argentina 50 Australes cost $2.00
11th Croatia 50,000 Dinara Hyperinflation cost $2.00
12th Germany 1917 Funf Mark cost $2.00
13th Germany 1921 50 Pfennig Notgeld cost$4.00
14th GB Armed Forces 4th Series 1 pound cost $2.00
15th GB Armed Forces 3rd Series 1 pound cost $2.00
16th GB Armed Forces 10 New Pence cost $2.00
17th GB Armed Forces 5 New Pence cost $2.00
18th France under US occupation cost $3.00
19th Japan under US occupation cost $3.00
20th Iran 100 Rials year 1985 cost $2.00
21st Iran 200 Rials year 1982 cost $2.00
22nd Myanmar (Burma) cost $1.00
23rd Myanmar (Burma) cost $1.00
24th Belarus cost $1.00
Please Note: the front and back of each note is pictured.
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