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Multiple notes available: you will receive an item of similar quality to the one shown in the photos above.
These banknotes were issued during the last years of Germany's time as a monarchy under the reign of Emperor Wilhelm II.
Wilhelm belonged to the House of Hohenzollern, which served as princes, dukes, kings, and emperors of Prussia, Germany, and Romania for some 900 years. The Zollern line was founded in the eleventh century by Burkhard I, one of the dukes of Swabia in Southwest Germany, and remained in power until the abdication of Wilhelm II in 1918. Although intelligent and well-meaning, Wilhelm was also impatient, arrogant, and ill-tempered, and these character flaws contributed mightily to his demise. He was forced abdicate in 1918, living the rest of his 82 years in the neutral Netherlands—but never renouncing his now-meaningless title as King of Prussia.
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