Rare Old Vintage German WWII Military Germany The Great War Collection WW2 Coin For Sale

Rare Old Vintage German WWII Military Germany The Great War Collection WW2 Coin


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Rare Old Vintage German WWII Military Germany The Great War Collection WW2 Coin:
$6.99

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Own A Piece Of WWII History In Your Hand For Just $6.99

See MY store For More Like Items With FREE US align="center" style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Arial; font-size: 18.06px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; orphans: 2; text-align: center; text-decoration: none; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; white-space: normal; word-spacing: 0px;">Price/Bin Is Per Coin So, A Purchase With A Quantity Of One (1) Will Get You One (1) Coin. Thus, A Purchase With A Quantity Of Five (5), Will Get You Five Coins. Coin/s Are Chosen At Random.

All Are Authentic And Original

JUST LIKE ALL THE MOVIES THAT HAVE CAME OUT OR IS COMING OUT, OWN A ORIGINAL PIECE OF WWII GERMANY!

Up for sale is a very collectible and harder to get WWII German 10 Reichspfennig ZINC coin from 1940 - 1944 with the War Eagle holding the dreaded and feared Symbol of its time. In 1939 German Leaders Succeeded by putting Poland under the German symbol, and thus precipitated WW2. With war came many changes, the production of German coins being just one. WW2 coincided with German mints ceasing production altogether of the silver Reichsmark German coins. Further, all Reichspfennig WWII German coins were now produced in cheaper zinc. Production of Silver WWII German coins may have ceased with the start of WW2 but the symbol clearly remained, emblazoned on zinc and copper Reichspfennig German coins, most of which were destroyed after the war along with the factories that made them.


More Detailed History: WWII Germany started issuing clearly identifiable coins (ie with WWII German symbol) from 1936. Although the WWII German leaders were in power from 1933, the designs for the smaller denomination coinage were simply a continuation of "Weimarer Republik" designs. It was only from 1936 that the smaller denomination WWII German coins had the WWII Reichsadler and the WWII German symbol incorporated into the coin's design. Prior to 1940, small denomination coins were minted from "superior" metals ie copper (1 & 2 Reichspfennig), Brass Alloy (5 & 10 Reichspfennig), and depending upon the year either Nickel or Aluminum (50 Reichspfennig). Things radically changed after the 1939 and the start of the Second World War however. After 1939, no more large denomination silver coins were minted (2 and 5 Reichsmark). Smaller denomination coins continued to be minted but no longer using the "superior" metals. From 1940, almost all the small denomination coins were minted from an zinc base metal. The exception to this were 50 Reichspfennig coins which were instead minted from an aluminum base metal.WWII Germany had a number of mints (coin factories). Each mint location had its own identifiable letter. It is therefore possible to identify exactly which mint produced what coin by noting the mint mark (letter) on the coin. Not all mints were authorized to produce coins every year. The mints were also only authorized to produced a set number of coins with some mints allocated a greater production than others. Some of the coins with particular mint marks are therefore scarcer than others. On the smaller denomination Reichspfennig coins, the mint mark is found on the bottom center of the coin.A = Berlin
B = Wien (Vienna)
D = München (Munich)
E = Muldenhütten (Dresden)
F = Stuttgart
G = Karlsruhe
J = Hamburg

I am not a collector, so I dont know professionally the conditions or grades. Nice piece that would make a greater specimen and compliment any collection. Please feel free to refer to the pictures provided.

Due to rules of pictures being at least 500dpi, all photos have been greatly enlarged to show details and flaws. These photos do not represent the actual coin size on whatever device you are using. Please see item specifics for size. Our goal is to provide clear detailed pictures, but some coins may be noticeably lighter or darker than the actual photos depending on contrast and brightness of your device. Listings may include multiple pictures or views of the same coin when available.

Great For Any Collector Of Coins, History, World War 2 School Projects (Teachers love them), And Very Rare WWII Militaria!!

WWII Veterans And Military Personal Love These As Well (Used As Good Luck Charms Overseas, Cause We Won That One Too!), Makes A Great Gift, Own A Piece Of History Today!!

NICE WWII ERA COIN! VERY RARE AND HARD TO COME BY AT THIS PRICE!

A Very Inexpensive AND QUALITY Gift For People On A Budget!!!

THIS IS GREAT FOR GRANDFATHERS, DADS, UNCLES, AUNTS, ANYONE OF SERVICE....!

Price/Bin Is Per Coin So, A Purchase With A Quantity Of One (1) Will Get You One (1) Coin. Thus, A Purchase With A Quantity Of Five (5), Will Get You Five Coins.

FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING To Ship 1 Coin Or All Coins!

LOW International Shipping

($0.00US Domestic - $1.99US International For 1 Up To 9 Coins, CHEAP!!!!)

FREE SHIP International When You Buy 10 Or More Coins!!!

Domestic Shipping - 4 - 8 Days "After Payment" Item Should Be Received (Not Guaranteed Though, Unless Express Mail Is Selected), I Live In The West, So Eastern Shipments Take Longer.

International 9 - 14 Days "After Payment" Item Should Be Received (Not Guaranteed Though, Rarely It Takes Up To 14 Days For Overseas Shipments, Just Depends Where You Live And Customs.)

  • offer/Buy With Confidence, Private sale

This sale Does Not Support Nor Endorse Any Organizations

Items are sold as historical artifacts and I respect the bans of such items in France, Austria, or any other countries where offers cannot be accepted.

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Once Again As Stated Above, This sale Does Not Support Nor Endorse Any Organizations, Items are sold as historical artifacts and I respect the bans of such items in France, Austria, or any other countries where offers cannot be accepted.

This Item Does Not Violate Policy. Examples of items that may generally be listed as stated in policy in this category:

  • German coins and postage stamps (canceled or otherwise) from the WWII era regardless of markings.

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