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Tapezieren einer Wand mit Ein-Markscheinen welche heute um vieles billiger sind als eine Tapete
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Deutsch: Tapezieren einer Wand mit Ein-Markscheinen, die zum Zeitpunkt der Hyperinflation in der Weimarer Republik deutlich billiger waren als eine Tapete.
English: Germany, 1923: During hyperinflation, banknotes had lost so much value that they were used as wallpaper, being much cheaper than actual wallpaper.
Français : Allemagne, 1923: Tapissage d'un mur avec des Billets de 1 Mark. A l'époque avec l'hyperinflation de la république de Weimar, les billets était moins chers que le papier peint.
Depicted place Inflation
Date 1923
Photographer Pahl, Georg
Aktuelle-Bilder-Centrale, Georg Pahl (Bild 102)
Accession number Bild 102-00104
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