WW2 GERMAN OCCUPIED UKRAINE OCCUPATION CURRENCY
During the German occupation during World War II, Reich Commissariat Ukraine in (Reichskommissariat Ukraine, 1941-1945), in years 1942-1944 produced and broadcast notes called "karbowanez", which was the phonetic transfer of Ukrainian names in German. It emits the Central Issuing Bank of Ukraine (Zentralnotenbank Ukraine) in the capital of the Reich Commissariat Ukraine, which was in Rivne Volhynia. Then the notes were in circulation by denomination: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500. They were interchangeable with respect to reichsmarki: 1 Reichsmark to 10 karbowańców.
This 100 Karbowanez note is in used condition.