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Veitel-Heine Ephraim
German forger

Veitel-Heine Ephraim

Veitel-Heine Ephraim
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Intro German forger
A.K.A. Nathan Veitel Heine Ephraim
Is Financial professional Banker
From Germany
Field Finance
Gender male
Birth Berlin
Death Berlin
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Biography

Veitel-Heine Ephraim (1703 – 1775 in Berlin) was Jeweller to the Prussian Court and Mint Master under the Prussian Kings Frederick William I and Frederick the Great.
He became infamous for debasing the currency on behalf of Frederick the Great in order to finance the Seven Years' War.
He was married to Elke Fraenkel (died 1769). He had three sons: Joseph Ephraim (1730-1786), Edel Ephraim (1728-1750) and Zacharias Ephraim (1736-1779). Zacharias married Rosine Samson who died in 1803. Their daughter Rosette Ephraim married Heimann Fraenkel (1748-1824) who was Elke's grandson.
Veitel-Heine Ephraim's great-granddaughter was Sara Grotthuis, a noted literary salon hostess in Berlin around 1800.

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