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Dominick
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Hello, everyone. Recently, I've been looking through some coins my uncle had given me when he returned home from World War 2. I was interested in their history and their value, so I was running internet checks on each of them There were a few, however, I couldn't find anything on other than the fact that they were German. I would appreciate any help at all!

 

Mystery Coins:

 

1875 - Front of the coin reads: Ludwig II Koenig Bayern. Back of the coin reads: Deutsches Reich 1875 Funf Mark. It was minted in "D" which I found out was Munich.

 

1855 - Front of the coin reads - Georg V v. G. G. Koenig v. Hannover. Back of the coin reads: Ein Thaler Bergsegen Des Harzes XIV Eiene F.M. 1855. It was minted in "B" which I found to be Vienna.

 

Again, any info on these coins would be greatly appreciated!

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Okay, folks. Hate bust your buttons, but I found another one! This one is also German.

 

1930 - Front of the coin reads: Der Rhein Deutschlands Strom Night Deutschlands Grenze. Back of the coin reads: Deutsches Riech. Drei Reichsmark. It was minted in "A" which I believe is Berlin.

 

Again, any help would go a far way!

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