Saturday, June 29, 2013

Exhibition : Hübner, Siemens und Beate Uhse

The town of Mosbach is located in the north of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, about 58 km east of Heidelberg. This summer, its museum is host to approximately 150 bond and share certificates.

The "Hübner, Siemens und Beate Uhse" exhibits are part of a collection provided by German scripophily collector Nico Schubert and shows us a wide variety of possible collecting themes in our field :
  • German regions
  • Reichsmark and Deutsche Mark issues
  • spectacular crashes
  • internationally famous brand names
  • decorative and graphic marvels

Included are certificates from companies involved in banking, sugar production, breweries, railroad transport, machine building, electric utilities, football and even more.

Practical info :
  • location : Stadtmuseum Mosbach, Mosbach, Germany
  • duration : 17 June 2013 -  7 August 2013
  • opening hours : Sunday and Wednesday, 15:00 - 18.00
  • no entrance fee

Further reference : 

Sure, a combined visit to the old town of Mosbach and the exhibition this summer sounds like an excellent idea !



  1. Very interesting exhibition.

  2. Hi Anonymous,

    If you visited the exhibition, what was the most interesting to you ? I'm asking it, because I will not have the occasion to visit it myself.

  3. I have visited the opening of the exhibition and of course the exhibition itself. Even mostly common items can be well structured, showing a few relevent chapters of financial history within a not too extensive visit. Nico Schubert realized this concept very well. The Mosbach museum expects 80 visitors in average!!! Hopefully they manage it. It would be a big deal for the popularity of scripophily ...

  4. Nice video about the exhibition (in German), see