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[[obverse text]]
[[LEFT]] 75 HUSUM 75 / DIESER / SCHEIN VER- / LIERT SEINE / GÜLTIGKEIT / AM 31.3.1922. [[LEFT]] / [[CENTER]] IS HUSUM OK ALL OLD UND GRAU / PULSEERT EHR BLOT DOCH WARM UND GAU / [[image]][[CENTER]] /[[RIGHT]] HUSUM / DEN 15.9. / 1921. / NO / 14461 [[RIGHT]] /[[BELOW]] DER VORSTAND DER KLEINSIEDLUNG/ NORDMARK / BÜRGERMEISTER: / [[signature]] / ARCHITEKT: / [[signature]][[BELOW]] /

[[translation]][[LEFT]] 75 HUSUM 75 / THIS CERTIFICATE LOSES ITS VALIDITY ON 3.31.1922.[[LEFT]] /[[CENTER]] IS HUSUM ALSO ALL OLD AND GRAY? HER BLOOD PULSES STILL, WARM AND QUICK / [[image]][[CENTER]] /[[RIGHT]] HUSUM, THE 15TH OF SEPTEMBER 1921. / NO. 14461 /[[BELOW]] THE BOARD OF THE SMALL SETTLEMENT OF NORDMARK / MAYOR: [[signature]] / ARCHITECT: [[signature]][[BELOW]] [[/translation]]

[[obverse image = house surrounded by trees and shrubs]] 

[[reverse text]]
[[LEFT]]SÜND UNSE[[LEFT]] /[[TOP]] DÖCHDER OK NICH [[TOP]] / [[RIGHT]] SWART [[RIGHT]] / [[CENTER]] [[image]] [[CENTER]] /[[BELOW]] 75 / PF. / HUSUM / 75 / PF. / MAX BÖTTCHER [[BELOW]] / [[note]] NU59831 [[/note]]/ 

[[translation]] ARE OUR DAUGHTERS NOT BLACK, TOO / [[image]] / 75 PFENNIG / HUSUM / 75 PFENNIG / MAX BÖTTCHER / [[note]] NU59831 [[/note]] [[/translation]]

[[reverse center image = church spire, cottage, surrounded by trees and wood fence]]

[[reverse top left image = castle with flying three flags overlaid with two catlike animals]]

[[reverse top right image = crown on the top left, cup on the bottom left, griffin-like animal on the right side]]

Transcription Notes:
ON THE OBVERSE SID ETHERE IS WHAT APPEARS TO BE A HOUSE ENCIRCLED BY THE WORDS "IS HUSUM OK ALL OLD UNO GRAU / PULSEERT EHR BLOT DOCH WARM UNO GAU" ON THE REVERSE SIDE THERE IS A HOUSE ND SOME TREES IN THE CENTER. WITH. BUILDING WITH THREE FLAGS IN THE TOP LEFT CORNER AND A SEAL OF A CROWN CUP AND SOME TYPE OF ANIMAL IN THE RIGHT. Max Böttcher was Sports and Art Teacher

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