Philippe Simon's Collection
ALLEMAGNE / DEUTSCHLAND

GERMANY - Besetzte Gebiete - Térritoires Occupés

WWI - 1916 - occupation of Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and E.Poland WWI - 1918 - occupation of Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and E.Poland. WWII - 1939/1944 - German Occupied Territories (Belgium, Denmark, Greece, France, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Soviet Union, Yugoslavia). WWII - 1939/1944 - Military Payment Certificates, German Army "Wehrmacht"

German Occupied Territories 1 Rubel 17/04/1916 series: Wo s.no: Wo grade: EF+ cat: R122 comment: Ostbank für Handel und Gewerbe - Darlehnskasse Ost, Posen (Today Poznań in Poland). added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 100 Rubel 17/04/1916 series: Wo s.no: 1311125 grade: VF+ cat: R126 comment: Ostbank für Handel und Gewerbe - Darlehnskasse Ost, Posen = Poznan (Pol.). Text obverse is written in German language, Lithuanian and Latvian. added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 1 Mark 04/04/1918 series: A. s.no: 0930801 grade: VF+ cat: R128 comment: Darlehnskasse Ost, Kowno (Today: Kaunas in Lituania). added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 5 Mark 04/04/1918 series: C s.no: 017891 grade: ef cat: R128 comment: Darlehnskassenschein. added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 100 Mark 04/04/1918 s.no: 0676041 grade: VF+ cat: R133 comment: Back : skolinamiosos = "Credit Bank" in lituanian - Kowno = Kaunas (Lit.). The stylized portraits of Mercury and Minerva. Circulating currency, during the first world war on the Eastern Front in Lithuania, Courland, Bialystok, Suwalki and Grodno region. added: 29 months ago
Kowno - Darlehnskasse Ost 1000 Mark 04/04/1948 s.no: A.014124 grade: Vf cat: R134b comment: Ostmark is the name given to a currency denominated in Mark which was issued by Germany in 1918 for use in a part of the eastern areas under German occupation during WWI, the Ober Ost area. The currency consisted of paper money issued on 4 April 1918 by the Darlehnskasse Ost in Kowno (Kaunas) and was equal to the German Papiermark. The Ostmark circulated alongside the Russian ruble and the Ostruble, with two Ostmarks equal to one (Ost)ruble. The Ostmark and Ostruble continued to circulate in Lithuania from the end of World War I until 1 October 1922, when they were replaced by the litas. Front : Hermes (Mercurius) & Mars (Ares) Back : Allegorical woman (Allegory of Industry). added: 10 months ago
German Occupied Territories 1 Reichsmark 1940 issue series: 258 s.no: 557817 grade: XF+ cat: R136b comment: GERMAN OCCUPIED TERRITORIES - "Reichskreditkasse". added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 2 Reichsmark 1940 issue series: N s.no: 2912359 grade: XF+ cat: R137a comment: Reichskreditkasse (ND 1939/1945). added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 5 Reichsmark series: F s.no: 10475902 grade: VF+ cat: R138b comment: Observe : Farmer (right) and Worker (left). Back : "Neue Wache", Berlin (designed by Schinkel) - example of German Neoclassical architecture, it was a war memorial since 1931. added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 20 Reichsmark 1940 issue series: N s.no: 7049720 grade: XF+ cat: R139 comment: Observe : "The Architect Hieronymus von Augsburg1506" (by Albrecht Dürer). Back : Brandenburger Tor in Berlin. added: 29 months ago
German Occupied Territories 50 Reichsmark 1940 issue series: C s.no: 0420916 grade: EF+ cat: R140 comment: The 50, or “fünfzig,” Reichsmark displays the image of a German woman on the front and a view of the Marienburg Castle on the back. The castle, which dates to the 13th Century Teutonic Order, was named Marienburg after the Virgin Mary, who was Patron Saint of the Order. added: 29 months ago