On the larger images you can see that counterfeiters added the date (1996), "DM" mark over the kipp effect with "BCRA"
inscription, and the false Deutsche Bundesbank cliche.
Thus the banknote had all the security features to check (watermarks, "hair", raised printing, etc.), but when people
never knew what the German marks
looked like, they could take this for a genuine german note of 1996
(that year Germany introduced 50, 100 and 200 DEM notes with enhanced security features). Sad, but true...