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1922 AD., Germany, Weimar Republic, Brake (municipal savings bank), Notgeld, collector series issue, 1,50 Mark, Grabowski/Mehl 149.1a-5/5. A-27850 Obverse

State: Germany, Weimar Republic
Issuer: Brake (Old / Ns) Städtische Sparkasse / municipal savings bank
Location of issue: Brake
Date of issue: 1922 AD.,
Value: 1,50 Mark
Size: 90 x 60 mm
Material: handmade paper
Watermark:
Serial : Konto A
Serial no. : 27464
Signature: - (0)
Printer: Flemming-Wiskott A.G., Glogau , artist: Kriwub (= Bruno Grimmer), Bruno Grimmer-Kriwub (1879–1936)
Obv.: 1/50 - 1/50 / Die städtische Sparkasse/Brake (Oldenburg) / zahle …. / Konto A – Brake O. - 27850 , arms, serial with “Konto“ and printer below. - Wappen mit Adler (halb), Kreuzen und einer Kogge unter Segeln, Wertangabe.
Rev.: 1/50 – 1/50 / Karl Rudolf Brommy ruht in diesem Grabe, der ersten deutschen Flotte Admiral / D.R.G.M. 705679 , grave of Admiral Karl Rudolf Brommy, value and branches flanking, text and "Deutsche Reichsgebrauchsmuster" (D.R.G.M.) number below.
References: Grabowski/Mehl 149.1a-5/5 .

Brake is the district seat of Wesermarsch district in northern Germany. The term "Brake" first cropped up in the 14th century when an unsealed break in a dike led to flooding in the Harrier area. In 1856 Brake was raised to city.
More on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brake,_Lower_Saxony

Rear Admiral Karl Rudolf Brommy (changed his name to reflect the English pronunciation of his original name, Bromme) (10 September 1804 – 9 January 1860) was a German naval officer who helped establish the first unified German fleet, the Reichsflotte, during the First Schleswig War which broke out just before the Revolutions of 1848 in the German states.
During his youth, he had served in the Greek Navies under the command of Admiral Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald. A skilled sea commander, Brommy also made significant contributions to German naval education and shore infrastructure. On March 18, 1849, Brommy became Commander-in-Chief of the North Sea Flotilla with his flagship Barbarossa in Brake, Lower Saxony. The seaport of Brake became at this time the provisional naval base of the first German fleet. Brommy undertook the military fortification of this base by means of the Hamburg flotilla. This fleet was initially comprised nine seaworthy steamships, two sailing vessels, and 27 gunboats (Ruderkanonenboote).
More on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Rudolf_Brommy



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