Germany 5 Reichsmark Paul Von Hindenburg 1847-1934 Silver 90% Weight 13.889 Gm Diameter 29 Mm – Coinbazzar.com %

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Features

Country
Germany – 1871-1948 Germany 5 Reichsmark Paul Von Hindenburg 1847-1934 Silver 90% Weight 13.889 Gm Diameter 29 Mm -Sell

Period
Third Reich (1933-1945)

Type
Standard circulation coin

Years
1935-1936

Value
5 Reichsmark (5)

Currency
Reichsmark (1924-1948)

Composition
Silver (.900)

Weight
13.889 g

Diameter
29 mm

Thickness
2.5 mm

Shape
Round

Orientation
Medal alignment ↑↑

Demonetized
Yes

Obverse

Imperial eagle dividing the date and the denomination below

Lettering:
Deutsches Reich
19 36
Reichs 5 mark

Translation:
German Empire
1936
5 Reichsmark

Reverse

Portrait of Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934), a German soldier and politician and the president of the Reich from 1925 to his death, facing right and the mintmark behind the portrait under the date

Lettering:
1847-1934
F
Paul von Hindenburg

Edge

Smooth with inscriptions

Lettering: Gemeinnutz geht vor Eigennutz

Translation: Common good takes priority over self-interest

Physical description

German 5 reichsmarks coin, circular, the obverse features imperial eagle above swastika within wreath and legend below reading “Deutsches Reich 1936”, to either side of the emblem is the denomination “5 Reichsmark”, the reverse features a right-facing portrait of Paul von Hindenburg with dates 1847-1934.

History note

Standard coinage issued in the German Third Reich, Hindenburg issue.

Germany 2 and 5 Reichsmark (von Hindenburg) 1935 to 1939

These coins come in 2 and 5 reichsmark denominations. Some of the 5 reichsmark do not have the swastika, as shown in our secondary picture below.

Here are some approximate catalog values that apply to all dates in the series, except as noted below.

2 REICHSMARK (0.161 troy ounces silver)
worn: $12 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $20
well preserved: $28
fully uncirculated: $70

5 REICHSMARK (0.402 troy ounces silver)
worn: $15 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $46
well preserved: $90
fully uncirculated: $110

Remember these are inflated catalog values. Use our Terminology page for a breakdown of how catalog values work.

Less common dates and mint marks carry small premiums. In the lists below, values quoted are for coins in well preserved condition.

2 REICHSMARK
1936E: $100
1936G: $80
1936J: $220
1939E: $80

5 REICHSMARKGermany 5 Mark Rev No Swats
1936J: $80
1939G: $100

All coins minted in 1935 do not have the wreathed swastika on the reverse, and some of the 1936-dated coins also lack the swatsika. The same values quoted above apply to these coins.

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