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5 Reichsmarks de Plata del Tercer Reich Alemán (1er aniversario, sin fecha) de 1935A

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General

Tipo: 5 Reichsmarks de Plata del Tercer Reich Alemán (1er aniversario, sin fecha)
Origen: Alemania Num. Cat.: KM# 83
Era/Reinado: Tercer Reich Valor facial: 5 Reichsmarks
Desde: 1934 Hasta: 1935
Alineación: Medalla !! Dsñdor. / Grab.:
Motivo: 1er Aniversario del gobierno Nazi
Anverso: Iglesia de Potsdam Garrison
Reverso: Aguila divide fecha, denominación debajo
Canto: Leyenda incusa

Acuñación

Año: 1935A
Ceca: Berlin
Tiraje: 23,407,000
Escasez:
20/100
 
Valoración:
40/100
 
Notas:
Estados y Precios disponibles ?
-> (MBC)
$12.99
-> (EBC) Vendida

Especificaciones

Composición: Plata
Ley: 0.9000
Peso(g): 13.8800g
Peso(Oz): 0.45 Oz
Contenido Neto: 12.49g (0.40 Oz)
Valor al Peso: $6.58
Diámetro: 29.00mm
Grosor:

Descripción

The Reichsmark was introduced in 1924 as a permanent replacement for the Papiermark. This was necessary due to the 1920s German inflation which had reached its peak in 1923. The exchange rate between the old Papiermark and the Reichsmark was 1 RM = 1012 Papiermark (one "trillion" in US English, one "billion" in British English, German and other European languages, see long and short scales). To stabilize the economy and to smooth the transition, the Papiermark was not directly replaced by the Reichsmark, but by the Rentenmark, an interim currency backed by the Deutsche Rentenbank, owning industrial and agricultural real estate assets. The Reichsmark was put on the gold standard at the rate previously used by the Goldmark, with the U.S. dollar worth 4.2 RM.

In 1924, coins were introduced in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 50 Reichspfennig, and 1 and 3 Mark (not Reichsmark). The 1 and 2 Reichspfennig were struck in bronze, with the 5, 10 and 50 Reichspfennig in aluminium-bronze and the two highest denominations in .500 fine silver. In 1925, .500 fine silver 1 and 2 Reichsmark coins were introduced for circulation, along with the first commemorative 3 and 5 Reichsmark coins. In 1927, nickel 50 Reichspfennig coins were introduced along with regular-type 5 Reichsmark coins, followed by the 3 Reichsmark coin in 1931.

Production of silver 1 Reichsmark coins ended in 1927. In 1933, nickel 1 Reichsmark coins were introduced, and new silver 2 and 5 Reichsmark coins were introduced which were smaller but struck in .625 and .900 fineness so as to maintain the amount of silver. Production of the 3 Reichsmark coin ceased altogether. In 1935, aluminium 50 Reichspfennig coins were introduced, initially for just the one year. The nickel coins continued to be produced up to 1939. From 1936 on, all coins except the 1 Reichsmark and the first version (1935?36) of the 5 Reichsmark coin (bearing the image of the late Reichspräsident Paul von Hindenburg) bore the Nazi insignia.

Rango de Valores ?

Año Tiraje RC BC MBC EBC qSC SC BU PROOF
1935A 23,407,000 $7.00 $10.50 $14.50 $22.00 $32 $47 $65

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