50 heller Notgeld
Gift of Yehuda Nir in memory of his father, Samuel Grunfeld
Id no. 176.90, Currency, German
Subject(s):  Anti-Semitism, prewar
Image depicts a man dismissing a Jewish peddler from his house. Caption translates: ?Out with loan sharks and illegal hawkers. Jews should be uprooted like thorns and killed like snakes."

Cities, towns and enterprises printed emergency currency during the inflation of the 1920s. When Jews were blamed for economic problems, Notgeld incorporated anti-Semitic themes, images, and text.
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