Danzig 100 Gulden 1931 Bank von Danzig

Danzig banknotes 100 Gulden

Danzig currency 100 Gulden Note

Danzig banknotes: 100 Gulden 1931 Bank von Danzig

Obverse: Mottlau River in Danzig, Poland. Coat of arms of Free City of Danzig.
Reverse: Bank von Danzig - Ein Hundert Gulden; St. Christophorus with Jesus is depicted on West Side of Great Hall. This belongs to the Bank of the Fraternity of St. Christophorus or the Luebeck Fraternity. Artus Court, Guild Hall, Gdansk, Poland.

Danzig banknotes - Danzig paper money


Motława (German: Mottlau) is a river in Eastern Pomerania in Poland. The source is in Szpegawskie Lake, northeast from Starogard Gdański. It goes through Rokickie Lake, and goes to Leniwka. Length 64.7 km, drawn area 1511.3 km².
The city of Gdańsk is situated at its mouth in the Leniwka. In Gdańsk, the Motława ferry crosses the river, a service that has run since 1687.
The Polish name Motława is derived from the Old Prussian language. In German the river is known as Mottlau.
A common theory for the etymology of the cities Gdańsk and Gdynia is that they are named after an older Polish and Kashubian name for the river, Gdania.