Please post a new question with the bill's date. Many high-denomination notes were printed in Weimar Germany during the period of hyperinflation and the date of issue can affect their value. Despite their age and apparent high value, most of these notes were churned out in such numbers and had such low purchasing power that they're not worth more than a few dollars today.
To clear up one small item, the spelling that appears to be "taufend" is actually "tausend"; the letters "F" and "S" looked very similar in old German printing. Germany was very late in its use of old-style lettering that had been dropped long before in English-speaking countries.