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E / NO. 024580 / AMTS-GEMEINDE / 1 MARK / DIESER SCHEIN WIRD / UNGÜLTIG / AM 31. DEZEMBER 1921 / HORN IN LIPPE / IM JUNI 1921. / [[IMAGE]] / BEDEUTENDSTES FRÜHCHRISTLICHES SKULPTURDENKMAL NORDDEUTSCHLANDS AUS DER ZEIT UM 1100 / DIE KREUZABNAHME HOCHRELIEF AN DEN EXTERNSTEINEN / 1 MARK / DIE EINLÖSUNG ERFOLGT / DURCH DIE AMTS-SPARKASSE HORN (LIPPE) / DER AMTSGEMEINDERAT: AUG. HANNING. / GUSTAV HEYNKE, KANNE & KÜHNE, DETMOLD
[[translation]] E / NO 024580 / THE CITY COUNCIL HORN IN LIPPE / 1 MARK / [[image]] / MOST IMPORTANT EARLY CHRISTIAN SCULPTURAL MONUMENT OF NORTHERN GERMANY AROUND 1100 / RELIEF CARVING DECENT FROM THE CROSS ON THE EXTERNAL STONES / 1 MARK / THIS BILL IS REDEEMED FROM THE CITY SAVINGSBANK HORN (LIPPE) / THE CITY COUNCIL: AUG. HANNING / GUSTAV HEYNKE, KANNE & KÜHNE, DETMOLD [[/translation]]

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DIE EXTERNSTEINE IM TEUTOBURGER WALDE BEI HORN I. L. / ALTGERMANISCHE KULTSTÄTTE / HOCH ÜBER IHNEN ZIEHT WOLKEN SCHAR IN WECHSELNDEN GEBILDEN IN DIE FERNE. DOCH DIESE FELSEN STEHN UNWANDELBAR UND ÜBER IHNEN GLÄNZEN EW'GE STERNE / WAS SIE GESCHAUT IN LÄNGST VERGANGENER ZEIT DAS KÜNDEN UNS DIE ALTEN HELDENSAGEN. SIE SAH'N DER DEUTSCHEN STÄMME BITTERN STREIT, SIE SAH'N ARMINIUS SEINE SCHLACHTEN SCHLAGEN. 
[[translation]] THE EXTERNAL STONES IN THE TEUTOBURG FOREST NEAR HORN I. L. / OLD GERMANIAN RITUAL PLACE / HIGH ABOVE THEM CLOUDS ARE CHANGING THEIR SHAPE AND MOVE FAR AWAY. BUT THESE ROCKS STAND UNCHANGEABLE AND ABOVE THEM ETERNAL STARS ARE SHINING / WHAT THEY HAVE SEEN IN LONG-GONE TIMES WE ARE TOLD BY ANCIENT HEROIC SAGAS. THEY SAW THE GERMAN TRIBES BITTER CONFLICT, THEY SAW ARMINIUS FIGHTING HIS BATTLES. [[/translation]]
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