Here a side note (or better bank note?) of history as it is related to ammunition.
With ending WW1 and well into the 1920s the inflation in Germany caused many institutions to issue it’s own emergency currencies.
Back when I found these they were new to me but definately caught my attention.
Here two notes (are these technically “bank notes” - guess not?) of the company “Gebrüder Thiel” (Thiel Bros.) of Ruhla (est. 1862) which were mainly a watch factory but by nature of their business also made mechanical time fuzes. To be correct the well known Zt. Z. S/30 (30 second) time fuze which became well known for it’s use with the 88mm AA gun. The fuze was designed by Paul Liebergeld who also worked for Krupp before and later worked for “Gebrüder Thiel”.
The Wehrmacht factory code was “drh” and “hhj” (this was the code used on fuzes).
Interestingly in parallel to the “hhj” also the two company logos were used, the one shown in the Wikipedia article (anchor) and also the one as used on the note (intertwined “GT”).
They kept existing in the GDR and there it was also planned to produce mechanical time fuzes based on the clockwork system of the said Zt. Z. S/30 but so far no specimen were found so it may only have been planned but not implemented.
Today they still exist and make quality watches.
Here some basic info on the company:
Here their website today: