Germany 10 Mark Gold Coin

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From 1873 to 1914 the German Empire used the German Goldmark. This was the official legal tender of the German Empire. Other German gold coins were issued as marks prior to this time when the German states were unified in various denominations. These coins are the 10 Mark Gold Coins with a random date between 1872 and 1913. 

 

Key features:

  • Coins date is between 1872 and 1913
  • Contains .1152 Troy oz of actual gold content
  • Face value of 10 Marks was issued by the German Empire
  • Obverse side has the reigning monarch of the date on the coin
  • The reverse side has the Eagle of the German Empire

 

Prior to 1871, various German states issued marks of various denominations. In 1973 with the unification of Germany, the German Mark was officially established as the legal tender of the German Empire.

 

Of the different Mark denominations, the rarest to find is the 5 Mark German Gold coin. The 10 Mark is easier to come by but not as easy as the 20 Mark. These three denominations were the only ones available from 1871 to 1918. 

 

The obverse side of the 10 Mark Gold Coin is most likely to have either Wilhelm 1 or Wilhelm II. Wilhelm, I ruled Germany from 1871 to 1888. Wilhelm II then lead as the Emperor of Germany from 1888 to 1918 when Germany was defeated in World War I.  It is possible but pretty rare to find Frederick III on the Obverse. He only held the throne for 99 days following the death of his father and then he himself died of larynx cancer. His son Wilhelm II would later take over. 

 

On the reverse side of these coins was the Imperial Eagle of the German Empire. This design was on the backs of these coins from 1872 to 1915 when all denominations ended with the German gold reserves being pinched during World War I. 

 

Get your 10 Mark Gold Coin and take home a piece of German history. These coins are fairly hard to come by so get them while you can. 

 

Mint

Prussian State Mint

Precious Metal

Gold

Series

German Marks

Metal Content

.1152 Troy Ounce

Purity

.900 Fine

Denomination

10 Mark

Condition

Various

Diameter

19.5 mm

Thickness

0.9 mm

Edge

Reeded

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