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Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Badische Bank

Before German unification, Baden had its own state bank (Notenbank) and state currency, which was was replaced by the mark upon unification. The former Notenbank had its note-issuing privileges curtailed until, by 1906, only four were still issuing banknotes. Badische Bank (BB), which first issued notes in 1848, was one of these. Its note-issuing privileges were revoked in 1935. After a series of mergers and acquisitions, Badische Bank is now Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, headquartered in Stuttgart. For earlier Badische Bank notes, see Baden.

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100 mark
(B701s, PS903)

 
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100 mark
(B702a, PS904)

 
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100 mark
(B703a, PS905)

 
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100 mark
(B704a, PS906)

 
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100 mark
(B704b, PS906)

 
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100 mark
(B705a, PS907)

 
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500 mark
(B706a, PS908)

 
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5,000 mark
(B707a, PS909)

 
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10,000 mark
(B708a, PS910)

 
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10,000 mark
(B708b, PS910)

 
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500,000 mark
(B709a, PS911)

 
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500,000 mark
(B709b, PS911)

 
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1,000,000 mark
(B710a, PS912)

 
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zwei milliarden (2,000,000,000) mark on 20 millionen
(B711a, PS913)

 
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100 milliarden -100,000,000,000- mark
(B712a, PS914)

 
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100 milliarden -100,000,000,000- mark
(B712b, PS914)

 
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50 reichsmark
(B713a, PS915)

 
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50 reichsmark
(B713ap, PS915)

 
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50 reichsmark
(B713as, PS915)

 
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