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1921 AD., Germany, Weimar Republic, Hameln (Münster-Cafe-Diele Carl Brombach), Notgeld, collector series issue, 25 Pfennig, Grabowski/Mehl 565.1-1/3. Obverse

State: Germany, Weimar Republic
Issuer: Hameln (Münster-Cafe-Diele Carl Brombach)
Location of issue: Hameln (town) (Han / Ns) Stadt
Date of issue: 1921 AD., valid til 31.3.1922
Value: 25 Pfennig
Size: 60 x 80 mm
Material: paper
Watermark: -
Serial : -
Serial no. : -
Signature: - (0) (owner Carl Brombach named)
Printer: Karl Schatzberg, Hameln a. Weser ; designer: Karl Schatzberg
Obv.: 25/Pfennig - 25/Pfennig / Gutschein / For Unnerhollung – in´n Rattenneste / … , drinking glass, cup, cello and grapes.
Rev.: 25 - 25 / Das Rattenfängerlied / 1. / Wandern, ach wandern durch Berg und Tal, Wandern, ach Wandern all überall
Weiter nur eilen durch's ganze Land
Nie lang verweilen, von niemand gekannt
Nicht Heimat, nicht Liebe ward mir zuteil
Nur immer wandern rastlos in Eil'
Ich kenne nicht Sorgen, kenn' Spiel nur und Sang
Grillen am Morgen währen nicht lang
Ein fahrender Sänger, von niemand gekannt
Ein Rattenfänger, das ist mein Stand / K. Schatzberg / Der Kinderauszug anno 1284 zu Hameln / 25 - 25 , the pied piper leading the children of Hameln through a city gate outside town, text from "Wandern, ach wandern," from Neuendorff's “Der Rattenfänger“ to right.
References: Grabowski/Mehl 565.1-1/3 .

Hameln ist eine große selbständige Stadt in Niedersachsen. Die Kreisstadt des Landkreises Hameln-Pyrmont liegt an der Weser und ist vor allem bekannt durch die Sage vom Rattenfänger von Hameln, die auf einer Überlieferung aus dem Jahre 1284 beruht.
More on https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hameln

The Pied Piper of Hamelin (German: Rattenfänger von Hameln, also known as the Pan Piper or the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin) is the titular character of a legend from the town of Hamelin (Hameln), Lower Saxony, Germany. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicolored ("pied") clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to lure rats away with his magic pipe. When the citizens refuse to pay for this service as promised, he retaliates by using his instrument's magical power on their children, leading them away as he had the rats. This version of the story spread as folklore and has appeared in the writings of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Brothers Grimm, and Robert Browning, among others.
More on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin

"Wandern, ach wandern," from Neuendorff's “Der Rattenfänger“.
Adolf Heinrich Anton Magnus Neuendorff (June 13, 1843 − December 4, 1897), also known as Adolph Neuendorff, was a German American composer, violinist, pianist and conductor, stage director, and theater manager.
Born in Hamburg, Germany on June 13, 1843, Neuendorff emigrated with his father to New York City, United States in 1855. In New York, he studied music, violin lessons with G. Matzka and Joseph Weinlich, and lessons of piano, music theory and composition with Dr. Gustav Schilling. In 1859, he made his debut as a concert pianist at Dodworth Hall. In 1861, went on a tour around Brazil, playing the violin. In 1864, he returned to the United States, now living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1867, he became music-director of the New Stadt Theatre in New York. Between 1884 and 1889, he lived in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1889, he became the Director of soprano Emma Juch's Grand Opera Company. Two years later, he moved to Vienna, Austria with his wife, singer Georgina von Januschowsky, before returning to New York City where he died on December 4, 1897, aged 54. His compositions include two symphonies, operas, and numerous other instrumental and vocal works, e.g. The Rat-Charmer of Hamelin/Der Rattenfänger von Hameln (opera, 1880).
More on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Neuendorff

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