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The zinc 10 Reichspfennig coin was minted by Nazi Germany between and during World War II , replacing the bronze-aluminum version, which had a distinct golden color.
Made entirely of zinc , the 10 Reichspfennig is an emergency issue type, similar to the zinc 1 and 5 Reichspfennigs , and the aluminum 50 Reichspfennig coins from the same period.
The first Reichsmark banknotes were introduced by the Reichsbank and state banks such as those of Bavaria , Saxony and Baden. The first Reichsbank issue of came in denominations of 10, 20, 50, , and Reichsmark.
This was followed by a second issue in the same denominations, dated between and A 20 Reichsmark note was introduced in , using a design taken from an unissued Austrian schilling banknote type.
Five Reichsmark notes were issued in Throughout this period, the Rentenbank also issued banknotes denominated in Rentenmark, mostly in low denominations.
In preparation for the occupation of Germany, the United States issued occupation banknotes dated , printed by the Forbes Lithograph Printing Company of Boston.
These were printed in similar colours with different sizes for groups of denominations. The Soviet Union demanded copies of the engraving plates, ink, and associated equipment in early , and on 14 April Henry Morgenthau and Harry Dexter White of the U.
Using a printing plant in occupied Leipzig , the Soviet authorities printed large runs of occupation marks. Since these were convertible to U. In Rhineland-Palatinate issued 5 and 10 Pfennig notes with Geldschein on them.
Coins and banknotes for circulation in the occupied territories during the war were issued by the Reichskreditkassen. Holed, zinc coins in 5 and 10 Reichspfennig denominations were struck in and Banknotes were issued between and in denominations of 50 Reichspfennig, 1, 2, 5, 20, and 50 Reichsmark.
These served as legal tender alongside the currency of the occupied countries. The coins were originally planned in great numbers of million and million, Rpf 5 and 10 Rpf respectively.
The first embossing order, which was issued in April , was about 40 million 5 Rpf and million 10 Rpf. The total amount was divided between each of the seven German mints after the embossing key of The contract was stopped in August as the Wehrmacht, which had requested the coins for Belgium and France, had no more need of it.
When the embossing stopped, only Berlin "A" and Munich "D" produced significant quantities, but they still came to only a small extent of original production plans.
The majority were melted down due to the limited supply of metal and thus, most mint marks are now quite rare except for 5 A and D, and 10 A. Special issues of Reichsmark currency were issued for use by the German Armed Forces from to This series was unifaced.
The second issue notes of 1, 5, 10, and 50 Reichsmark were equal in value to the ordinary German Reichsmark and were printed on both sides.
There were different AMCs for each liberated area of Europe. Various special issues of Reichsmark currency were issued for use in concentration and prisoner of war POW camps.
None were legal tender in Germany itself. From to tokens were struck for use within the Lodz Ghetto. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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State Mint Berlin , Germany. Austrian Mint Vienna , Austria. Bavarian Central Mint Munich , Germany. After , 12 old pfennigs would be converted into 10 pfennigs of the mark, hence pfennig coins inherited the "Groschen" name and 5-pfennig coins inherited the "sechser" name.
Both usages are only regional and may not be understood in areas where a Groschen coin did not exist before In particular, the usage of "sechser" is less widespread.
A reserve series BBk II was commissioned on July 1, , consisting of 10, 20, 50 and mark banknotes. The notes were printed between and in fear if the Eastern Bloc would start systematically counterfeiting the BBk I series of banknotes to cripple the economy, then they would quickly be replaced by emergency notes.
The design of German banknotes remained unchanged during the s, s and s. During this period, forgery technology made significant advances and so, in the late s, the Bundesbank decided to issue a new series of Deutsche Mark banknotes.
Famous national artists and scientists were chosen to be portrayed on the new banknotes. Male and female artists were chosen in equal numbers.
The reverses of the notes refer to the work of the person on the obverse. The new security features were: The reason for this gradual introduction was, that public should become familiar with one single denomination, before introducing a new one.
The last three denominations were rarely seen in circulation and were introduced in one step. Furthermore, the colours were changed slightly to hamper counterfeiting.
The German name of the currency is Deutsche Mark fem. In German, the adjective "deutsche" adjective for "German" in feminine singular nominative form is capitalized because it is part of a proper name, while the noun "Mark", like all German nouns, is always capitalized.
The English loanword "Deutschmark" has a slightly different spelling and one syllable fewer possibly due to the frequency of silent e in English , and a plural form in -s.
Like Deutsche Mark , D-Mark and Mark do not take the plural in German when used with numbers like all names of units , the singular being used to refer to any amount of money e.
The subdivision unit is spelled Pfennig masc. The official form is singular. Before the switch to the euro, the Deutsche Mark was the largest international reserve currency after the United States dollar.
The percental composition of currencies of official foreign exchange reserves from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see DEM disambiguation.
This article is about the Deutsche mark issued by the Federal Republic of Germany. For the currency of the German Empire from to , see German gold mark.
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The Deutsche Mark German: The Germans usually called it D-Mark when referring to the currency, and Mark when talking about individual sums. In , the Deutsche Mark was replaced by the Euro ; its coins and banknotes remained in circulation, defined in terms of euros, until the introduction of euro notes and coins on 1 January The Deutsche Mark ceased to be legal tender immediately upon the introduction of the euro — in contrast to the other eurozone nations, where the euro and legacy currency circulated side by side for up to two months.
Mark coins and banknotes continued to be accepted as valid forms of payment in Germany until 28 February The Deutsche Bundesbank has guaranteed that all German marks in cash form may be changed into euros indefinitely, and one may do so in person at any branch of the Bundesbank in Germany.
Banknotes and coins can even be sent to the Bundesbank by mail. On 31 December , the Council of the European Union fixed the irrevocable exchange rate, effective 1 January , for German mark to euros as DM 1.
A mark had been the currency of Germany since its original unification in The first mark, known as the Goldmark , was introduced in With the outbreak of World War I , the mark was taken off the gold standard.
The currency thus became known as the Papiermark , especially as high inflation , then hyperinflation occurred and the currency became exclusively made up of paper money.
During the first two years of occupation the occupying powers of France, United Kingdom, United States, and the Soviet Union were not able to successfully negotiate a possible currency reform in Germany.
Due to the strains between the Allies each zone was governed independently as regards monetary matters. The US occupation policy was governed by the directive JCS in effect until July , which forbade the US military governor "to take any steps to strengthen German financial structure".
In addition, each person received a per capita allowance of DM 60 in two parts, the first being DM 40 and the second DM A few weeks later Erhard, acting against orders, issued an edict abolishing many economic controls which had been originally implemented by the Nazis, and which the Allies had not removed.
He did this, as he often confessed, on Sunday because the offices of the American, British, and French occupation authorities were closed that day.
He was sure that if he had done it when they were open, they would have countermanded the order. The introduction of the new currency was intended to protect western Germany from a second wave of hyperinflation and to stop the rampant barter and black market trade where American cigarettes acted as currency.
Although the new currency was initially only distributed in the three western occupation zones outside Berlin, the move angered the Soviet authorities, who regarded it as a threat.
The Soviets promptly cut off all road, rail and canal links between the three western zones and West Berlin, starting the Berlin Blockade.
In response, the U. Since the s, prices and wages had been controlled, but money had been plentiful. That meant that people had accumulated large paper assets, and that official prices and wages did not reflect reality, as the black market dominated the economy and more than half of all transactions were taking place unofficially.
The reform replaced the old money with the new Deutsche Mark at the rate of one new per ten old. The result was the prices of German export products held steady, while profits and earnings from exports soared and were poured back into the economy.
In addition, the Marshall plan forced German companies, as well as those in all of Western Europe, to modernize their business practices, and take account of the wider market.
Marshall plan funding overcame bottlenecks in the surging economy caused by remaining controls which were removed in , and opened up a greatly expanded market for German exports.
Overnight, consumer goods appeared in the stores, because they could be sold for higher prices. Only after the wage-freeze was abandoned, Deutschmark and free-ranging prices were accepted by the population.
In the Soviet occupation zone of Germany later the German Democratic Republic , the East German mark also named "Deutsche Mark" from to and colloquially referred to as the Ostmark — literally Eastmark was introduced a few days afterwards in the form of Reichsmark and Rentenmark notes with adhesive stamps to stop the flooding in of Reichsmark and Rentenmark notes from the West.
In July , a completely new series of East German mark banknotes was issued. The Deutsche Mark earned a reputation as a strong store of value at times when other national currencies succumbed to periods of inflation.
In the s, opinion polls showed a majority of Germans opposed to the adoption of the euro; polls today show a significant number would prefer to return to the mark.
The population in the Saar Protectorate rejected in a referendum the proposal to turn it into a "European territory".
Despite French pre-referendum claims that a "no" vote would mean that the Saar would remain a French protectorate it in fact resulted in the incorporation of the Saar into the Federal Republic of Germany on January 1, The new German member state of the Saarland maintained its currency, the Saar franc , which was in a currency union at par with the French franc.
The Deutsche Mark played an important role in the reunification of Germany. East German marks were exchanged for German marks at a rate of 1: The government of Germany and the Bundesbank were in major disagreement over the exchange rate between the East German mark and the German mark.
France and the United Kingdom were opposed to German reunification, and attempted to influence the Soviet Union to stop it.
The policy was "hard" in relation to the policies of certain other central banks in Europe. The "hard" and "soft" was in respect to the aims of inflation and political interference.
From , the inscription Bundesrepublik Deutschland Federal Republic of Germany appeared on the coins. These coins were issued in denominations of 1, 2, 5, and 10 pfennigs.
The 1- and 2-pfennig coins were struck in bronze clad steel although during some years the 2 pfennigs was issued in solid bronze while 5 and 10 pfennigs were brass clad steel.
In , cupronickel pfennig and 1-mark coins were released, while a cupronickel 2 marks and a. Cupronickel replaced silver in the 5 marks in The 2- and 5-mark coins have often been used for commemorative themes, though typically only the generic design for the 5 marks is intended for circulation.
Commemorative silver mark coins have also been issued which have periodically found their way into circulation.
Unlike other European countries, Germany retained the use of the smallest coins 1 and 2 pfennigs until adoption of the euro.
The weights and dimensions of the coins can be found in an FAQ of the Bundesbank. Unlike other countries such as Australia there was no attempt or proposal suggested for the withdrawal of the 1- and 2-pfennig coins.
Both coins were still in circulation in and supermarkets in particular still marked prices to the nearest pfennig.
This penchant for accuracy continues with the euro while Finland or the Netherlands for example, price to the nearest 5 cents with the 1-cent coin still encountered in Germany.
On 27 December , the German government enacted a law authorizing the Bundesbank to issue, in , a special. The coin had the exact design and dimensions of the circulating cupro-nickel DM 1 coin, with the exception of the inscription on the reverse, which read "Deutsche Bundesbank" instead of "Bundesrepublik Deutschland" , as the Bundesbank was the issuing authority in this case.
A total of one million gold 1-mark coins were minted , at each of the five mints and were sold beginning in mid through German coin dealers on behalf of the Bundesbank.
The issue price varied by dealer but averaged approximately United States dollars. German coins bear a mint mark, indicating where the coin was minted.
The mint mark A was also used for German mark coins minted in Berlin beginning in following the reunification of Germany. These mint marks have been continued on the German euro coins.
Between July 1, the currency union with East Germany and July 1, , East German coins in denominations up to 50 pfennigs continued to circulate as Deutsche Mark coins at their face value, owing to a temporary shortage of small coins.
These coins were legal tender only in the territory of the former East Germany. In colloquial German the pfennig coin was sometimes called a groschen cf.
Likewise, sechser sixer could refer to a coin of 5 pfennigs. Both colloquialisms refer to several pre currencies of the previously independent states notably Prussia , where a groschen was subdivided into 12 pfennigs, hence half a groschen into 6.
After , 12 old pfennigs would be converted into 10 pfennigs of the mark, hence pfennig coins inherited the "Groschen" name and 5-pfennig coins inherited the "sechser" name.
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What is the value of a Deutsches Reich 1 Mark Coin? Value of 1 Deutsches Reich mark coin from ? What is the value of a Deutsch Reich 20 mark coin?
What is the value of a 1 mark Deutsches Reich coin? What is the value of an Deutsches Reich 1 Mark coin? Look for a small mint mark letter on the coin.
Unlike US coins, all German coins of that period have mint marks. What is the value of a Deutsches Reich 5 mark coin?
The values quoted are the best available, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate.
A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. In Coins and Paper Money.
They both show the Garrison Church in Potsdam; one variety has no inscription next to the image while the other bears the date "2 … 1.
The first price is for a coin without the date next to the church, the second is for a coin with the date.