From German Agricultural and Industrial Bank, East Sudeten to Böhmische Union Bank, Prague
Front: White envelope with return address printed in black on upper lefthand corner with a purple DEUTSCHE BANK hand stamp on it. Typewritten address. Middle right side has a red stamp of a man in profile facing left, with a black circular hand stamp over it.
Back: Five blue and white Deutsche Bank stickers with white eagle inside.
The Agricultural and Industrial Bank, East Sudeten, was considered a Jewish bank and hence had been Arianized and absorbed by the Deutsche Bank.