Germany has issued a series of banknotes with a nominal value of zero euros with a license from the European Central Bank, media reported on Sunday.
According to German media reports, these notes have a nominal value of zero Euros and resemble commemorative products. They have no purchasing value, but all the protection laws required in the capital market, including watermarks, 3D images, Same paper, also on regular banknotes.
On these banknotes were printed the German naval sailboat “Gorsh Fok II”, which was launched in 1958.
Germany issued some 5,000 copies of these papers, which can be purchased as a souvenir currency at a price of 2.5 euros per unit.

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