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Identifier: 
exws_NSDAP_b12_02_25_A2
Title: 
Reichsbanknote Ein Hundert Mark [side two]
Subject: 
Bank note vignettes
Subject: 
Wheat in art
Subject: 
Legal tender--Germany
Subject: 
Devices (Heraldry)--Art
Subject: 
Germany--Heraldry
Subject: 
Eagles in art
Subject: 
Fruit in art
Subject: 
Helmets in art
Subject: 
Sickles--Art
Subject: 
Gearing--Art
Subject: 
Bank notes--1920-1930
Subject: 
Germania (Symbolic character)
Subject: 
Germany--Symbolic representation
Subject: 
Leaves--Art
Subject: 
Athena (Greek deity)--Art
Subject: 
Corn in art
Subject: 
Diana (Roman deity)--Art
Description: 
Back of 100 Marks polychrome German note. Dark blue on lighter blue; Athena (with a helmet and hammer at her feet) holding onto the left side of a framed image of Germania (blond hair with oak leaves); Diana (apples, wheat sheaves, and corn at her feet) holding onto the right side of the frame. Large eagle in background. Number: Nr 4633686F.
Creator: 
Reichsbank (Germany)
Date Original: 
1908-02-07
Source: 
16 x 11 cm
Language: 
ger
Coverage-Temporal: 
1900 - 1910
Coverage-Spatial: 
Germany
Rights: 
Copyright 2011 Western Michigan University Libraries. For use of digital image, contact Special Collections, Waldo Library, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA 49008-5353
Provenance: 
Item donated by Professor Emeritus of History, Howard Mowen (1922-2009; WMU faculty, 1949-1982)
Collection Title: 
World War II Propaganda Collections
Type: 
Image
Format: 
image/tiff
Format-Extent: 
18,160,936 bytes
Publisher Digital: 
Western Michigan University
Date Digital: 
2011