10 Deutsche Marks banknote (Sailing ship)
The Deutsche Bundesbank issued Deutsche Mark banknotes in 15 different denominations, including this 10 Deutsche Marks banknote (Sailing ship). They are part of the Deutsche Mark banknotes series. The Deutsche Bundesbank started issuing these 10 Deutsche Mark banknotes in 1960. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1989.
This blue and grey coloured banknote of 10 mark features the painting “Beardless Young Man” by Lucas Cranach the Elder on the front side. The sailing ship on the back side of the 10 DM bill is the German Navy’s training vessel “Gorch Fock”, a sailing vessel with three or more masts known as a “barque”.
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1 DEM = £0.2951000000
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