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Piecing Back the Euro - 01 Aug 2013
Images of euro banknotes, damaged in the recent floods, being inspected at the money analysing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes.

Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned.

Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany, more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros.
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RTX126U7
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist inspects flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX126U4
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist holds up a reconstructed 50 euro banknote which was damaged during the recent floods,...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist holds up reconstructed flood damaged euro banknote at money analyzing laboratory of...
A forensic scientist holds up a reconstructed 50 euro banknote which was damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126U3
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist carefully seperates euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods,...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist seperates flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's...
A forensic scientist carefully seperates euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX126TW
August 01, 2013
Fifty euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the...
Mainz, Germany
Flood damaged fifty euro banknotes are readied for inspection at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's...
Fifty euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126TT
August 01, 2013
A metal security strip pokes out of a clump of euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent flooding,...
Mainz, Germany
Metal security strip pokes out of clump of flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory...
A metal security strip pokes out of a clump of euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent flooding, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126TU
August 01, 2013
Euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Flood damaged euro banknotes are readied for inspection at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
Euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126TV
August 01, 2013
Euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Flood damaged euro banknotes are readied for inspection at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
Euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, are laid out for inspection at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX126TP
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist inspects flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126TN
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist inspects flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126U2
August 01, 2013
Forensic scientists Uwe H. and Frank H., inspect euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientists inspect flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
Forensic scientists Uwe H. and Frank H., inspect euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126U6
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist inspects flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
A forensic scientist inspects euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126UC
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist puts a seal around reconstructed and counted 50 euro banknotes which were damaged...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist seals reconstructed flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory of...
A forensic scientist puts a seal around reconstructed and counted 50 euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126TO
August 01, 2013
A forensic scientist opens a plastic pack containing euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent...
Mainz, Germany
Forensic scientist opens plastic pack containing flood damaged euro banknotes at money analyzing laboratory...
A forensic scientist opens a plastic pack containing euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX126U9
August 01, 2013
A wad of reconstructed and counted 50 euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, lie...
Mainz, Germany
Reconstructed flood damaged euro banknotes lie on table at money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal...
A wad of reconstructed and counted 50 euro banknotes which were damaged during the recent floods, lie on a table in front of a sign reading ' flood money' at the money analyzing laboratory of Germany's Federal Reserve bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, in Mainz July 31, 2013. The 13-member analyzing team specialize in the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed banknotes. Once the banknotes are verified, the Bundesbank will transfer the money back to the owner's account, while the damaged notes will be burned. Within eight weeks after the heavy floods in eastern and southern Germany more than 100,000 banknotes worth more than three million euros were sent to be examined. Last year the laboratory checked more than 840,000 banknotes worth over 32 million euros. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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