Still legal tender and can be exchanged into Euros at the federal German bank.
200 Deutsche Marks banknote
The Deutsche Bundesbank issued Deutsche Mark banknotes in 14 different denominations, including this 200 Deutsche Marks banknote (Maria Sibylla). They are part of the Deutsche Mark banknotes series. The Deutsche Bundesbank started issuing these 200 Deutsche Mark banknotes in 1992. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2002.
This fünfhundert deutsche mark note depicts Maria Sibylla, German naturalist. The paper banknote contains the words ‘Deutsche Bundesbank’. The Deutsche Bundesbank started issuing these notes after the German reunification.
Front: Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777 - 1855), a German mathematician. Gaussian or Normal distribution. Historic buildings of Göttingen.
Back: A sextant like the one Gauss used for measuring. DBB logo seal. Excerpt from the triangulation network of the previous triangulation
of the Kingdom of Hanover by Gauß in the years 1821 to 1825. Watermark: Carl Friedrich Gauss and "10".Security features: Running
serial numbers on the front of the banknote. White or invisible filament fibers(hairs) scatteredthroughout the banknote that fluoresce yellow,
red and blue under ultraviolet light. Predominant colours: Violet, blue and teal. Artist: Pending. Engraver: Pending. Signatures: Hans
Tietmeyer (President); Johann Wilhelm Gaddum (Vice-President) (Deutsche Bundesbank). Securitythread: Segmented, 1 mm wide.
Printingmethod: Intaglio. Issuer: Deutsche Bundesbank. Date of First Printing: 2 January 1989. Date of First Issue: 16 April 1991.
Date of withdrawal: 31 December 2001. Legal tender: Redeemable, indefinite lapse. Total issue: Pending. Material: Cotton paper.
Printer: Bundesdruckerei (Federal Printing Office), Berlin, Germany.
The Deutsche Bundesbank issued Deutsche Mark banknotes in 14 different denominations, including this 20 Deutsche Marks banknote (Elsbeth Tucher). They are part of the Deutsche Mark banknotes series. The Deutsche Bundesbank started issuing these 20 Deutsche Mark banknotes in 1960. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1991.
This green-colored German zwanzig deutsche mark note features the image of Elsbeth Tucher, painted by the German painter Albrecht Dürer. On the banknote a caption reads ‘Deutsche Bundesbank’.