Death Penny, Reichsmarks, and Dinars. First World War "death penny," left, issued to the family of Henry Samuel Roberts after his death. In the middle are Reichsmarks issued during the 1920s by the Weimar Republic in Germany. On the right are Iraqi dinars that were air-dropped by the US during the Gulf War. The US counterfeited Iraqi bills to devalue their currency. The 25-dinar note bears a safe-conduct pass on the back.
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