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Greysheet Catalog Details
On 4 May 1945, German forces in Denmark surrendered. The following day, a large area of the country was liberated by British troops, who likely brought these notes with them. They were printed on the same paper used for the Austrian Allied Military issues (Austria B301 - B310).

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25 øre
(B1001a, PM1)

Worth: $20.00 - $70.00
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25 øre
(B1001as, PM1)

 
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1 krone
(B1002a, PM2)

Worth: $5.00 - $9.00
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1 krone
(B1002as, PM2)

 
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5 kroner
(B1003a, PM3)

Worth: $30.00 - $110.00
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5 kroner
(B1003as1, PM3)

 
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5 kroner
(B1003as2, PM3)

 
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10 kroner
(B1004a, PM4)

Worth: $30.00 - $110.00
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10 kroner
(B1004as, PM4)

 
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50 kroner
(B1005a, PM5)

Worth: $200.00 - $650
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100 kroner
(B1006a, PM6)

 
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100 kroner
(B1006as1, PM6)

Worth: $5,000 - $5,000
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100 kroner
(B1006as2, PM6)

 
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