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Coin FAQs

Question:
What are the various denominations of WWII Nazi German Coins?

Answer:
The denominations are 1, 2, 5, 10, 50 Reichspfennig and 1, 2, 5 Reichsmark.
(Note: 100 Reichspfennig = 1 Reichsmark)


Question:
My coin has a letter on it. What do the letters stand for?

Answer:
The letter represents the Mint in which the coin was produced. There were 7 mints that minted WWII Nazi German Coins. The mints are as follows:

A - Berlin
B - Vienna
D - Munich
E - Muldenhutten
F - Stuttgart
G - Karlsruhe
J - Hamburg


To see which mints produced which coins please refer to the FREE Nazi Coin Checklist offered at NaziCoins.com!


Question:
What is my coin worth?  Is it rare?

Answer:
Typically, standard issue coins dated 1936, 1944, 1945 are more sought after.  Mint marks E, G and J are typically more valuable over mint marks A, B, D and F.


Question:
What is standard issued Nazi Coin?  What other types of Nazi coins are there besides standard issue?

Answer:
There were 4 types of Nazi coins produced in Nazi Germany.  Standard issue (released for public circulation), Commemorative (released for collectors and public circulation), Military issue (released for military usage) and Allied occupied (released towards the end of the war with similar design as standard issue but without the swastika).
Check the FREE Nazi Coin Checklist for more information.


Question:
What metal is my coin made of?

Answer:
All coin compositions can be found on the FREE Nazi Coin Checklist offered at NaziCoins.com!


Question:
How many of my coins were produced?

Answer:
All coin production quantities can be found on the FREE Nazi Coin Checklist offered at NaziCoins.com!
(Note: Due to war efforts some coins were melted down.  Actual numbers is less than stated.)


Question:
Was Adolph Hitler every depicted on a WWII Nazi Germany Coin?

Answer:
No, Hitler was never depicted on any of the 4 types (Standard, Commemorative, Military or Allied Occupied) of WWII Nazi Coins.  Hitler was depicted on various medals and postage stamps.


Question:
Why did you make this website?  Are you a closet Nazi?

Answer:
This website was created after I accumlated too many dupicates while building my collection.  No, I am not a Nazi. I do not believe in their political ideals or views.


Question:
Why collect WWII Nazi German Coins?

Answer:
Collecting Nazi Coins is a hobby, interest or investment.  There is no difference with collecting Nazi coins or US coins.  Collectors are fascinated with WWII and anything related to it.  Holding a WWII Nazi German coin in your hand you can simply imagine over the last 60+ years where the coin has been and who in history may have held the very same coin!