Reproduction of a ticket to the imperial lottery from 1943. The price of this coupon was 3 Reichsmarks. They could be bought by people through street sales and at many points of sale. Proceeds from this lottery were to contribute to the financing of state job creation programs.
In 1936, prizes of 13,000,000 Reichsmarks were paid. In the form of a tax, 3,750,000 Reichsmarks were returned to the state and a net income of RM 25,800,000 was achieved.
From an economic point of view, it had no expansive effect and only drained its purchasing power and was able to mobilize unused funds at best.