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Fourth, limited edition of the popular 0-Euro-souvenir note – exclusively made for the DDR Museum based on the DDR Museum’s ideas.

4,90 €

Tax included plus shipping costs
Delivery: 6-7 business days (within Germany) / 7-9 business days (international)

Description

Fourth limited edition of the popular 0-Euro-souvenir note of the DDR Museum

The exclusive collector’s piece shows the portrait of Karl Marx as a representative of the critics of Capitalism. On the back, there are typical European attractions such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 

The 0-Euro-souvenir notes are printed on security banknote paper by the French security printing house Oberthur Fiduciaire. Furthermore, the notes have typical security marks such as a watermark, a copper strip, a hologram as well as an individual serial number. 

The first, second and third limited edition of the popular souvenir notes are sold out and aren’t available anymore. Due to the high demand requests concerning certain serial numbers or orders over ten pieces per order and customer cannot be accepted. We cannot take care of orders of souvenir notes of other institutions. The registration as a customer of the online shop for the order is required. Thank you for your understanding!

Data sheet

  • Size 13,5 x 7,4 cm
  • Weight 0,90 g
  • Packaging without
  • Year 2018
  • Edition 4 - 10.000 pieces
  • Note max. 10 pieces per order and customer

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