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1951-1974 German 5 Deutsche Mark Silver Coin (0.225 oz) - Random Year

 

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The Deutsche Mark was the official currency in Western Germany from 1948-1990 replaced by the Euro in 2002. It is commonly referred to as the "Deutschmark" among English-speaking countries, and the "Mark" or "D-Mark" among Germans. Minted from 1951-1974, the German 5 Deutsche Mark Silver Coin was struck in .625 fine silver with a total fine metal content of 0.225 troy ounces.

The German 5 Deutsche Mark carries a legal tender, however, with the introduction of the euro it was forced out of circulation. On December 31, 1998 the Council of the European Union enacted a fixed exchange rate of 1.95583 marks to 1 euro. The Deutsche Bundesbank has since guaranteed the indefinite exchange of Deutsche Mark coins and banknotes into euros at any one of its branches.

 

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  • got a good one!

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    By TAR Sunday, January 5, 2014

    I've been waiting for some to be in stock when i have money to place an order with other silver and now I have one! I got a 1973 Kopernikus. I'm not a fan of commemeratives but this is in such beautiful condition I am a very pleased customer. My first order with Gainesville and I will be back! Thanks for the quick shipping right after new years as well!

 
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