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German Empire 1933-1945

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5 Reichsmark, Martin Luther, catalog no. 353, German Empire
5 Reichsmark, Martin Luther, catalog no. 353, German Empire
Order-No.: 055211
Delivery time: 10 - 14 Tag
Content 1 Piece
€194.50
2 Reichsmark, Martin Luther, catalog no. 352, German Empire
2 Reichsmark, Martin Luther, catalog no. 352, German Empire
Order-No.: 055210
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€39.90
2 Reichsmark, 175. Born Friedrich Schiller, catalog no. 358, Third Reich
2 Reichsmark, 175. Born Friedrich Schiller, catalog no. 358, Third Reich
Order-No.: 871287
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€97.50
5 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 360, Third Reich
5 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 360, Third Reich
Order-No.: 871288
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€19.90
2 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 366, Third Reich
2 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 366, Third Reich
Order-No.: 871289
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€12.50
5 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 367, Third Reich
5 Reichsmark, Paul von Hindenburg, catalog no. 367, Third Reich
Order-No.: 871290
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€24.40
Adler, 1 Reichsmark, Third Reich
Adler, 1 Reichsmark, Third Reich
Order-No.: 870818
Delivery time: 5-7 days
Content 1 Piece
€11.90

Collect coins from the German Empire at Hermann E. Sieger GmbH.

The German Reich introduced its own currency shortly after it was founded in order to overcome the difficulties in monetary transactions. The federal states were allowed to mint coins with a nominal value of 2 Marks or more with a uniform front and their own back.

Economic hardship and lack of material led to the minting of replacement coins. These were made from cheap material. As a result of the currency devaluation, more and more coins with higher denominations were minted.

Due to the expansion of the German Empire, the coins became valid in the newly acquired areas and could be used there as a means of payment until they were incorporated.

You can find products for cleaning and caring for your coins here!

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Collect coins from the German Empire at Hermann E. Sieger GmbH.

The German Reich introduced its own currency shortly after it was founded in order to overcome the difficulties in monetary transactions. The federal states were allowed to mint coins with a nominal value of 2 Marks or more with a uniform front and their own back.

Economic hardship and lack of material led to the minting of replacement coins. These were made from cheap material. As a result of the currency devaluation, more and more coins with higher denominations were minted.

Due to the expansion of the German Empire, the coins became valid in the newly acquired areas and could be used there as a means of payment until they were incorporated.

You can find products for cleaning and caring for your coins here!