I thought I'd add one of my favorites here. This 25 pfennig note originated with the municipality of Stützerbach in Thuringia. It's diminutive at 58 x 80 mm but really rather nicely done, including a tiny embossing of a conifer (which also appears as an element of Stützerbach's coat of arms).
It's a testament to the chaotic ubiquity of notgeld in the early 1920's that such a small, out of the way place participated in its issuance (even today, the population of Stützerbach is under 1,500).
Apparently Stützerbach has long been a "health resort" destination. It looks to be a lovely little community in a rustic setting.
Colligo ergo sum