Prussian 20 Mark Gold coins are very popular among collectors all over the world for the fact that Prussia was abolished in 1947. So, what you get here in the Germany Prussia 20 Mark Gold Coin is a coin from the German state that no longer exists. You also get a great way to purchase gold at a more affordable price than gold coins of a larger size. These coins are average circulated.
- Made of .2304 oz actual Gold weight
- Average circulated
- Obverse side of the coin has an image of the reigning monarch at the time of mint
- The reverse side has the crowned imperial eagle, ‘DEUTSCHES REICE’, random year, ‘20 MARK’
- Minted at Berlin Mint and other German Mints
- Random dates depend on stock on hand
- Designs may vary
Originated in 1525 Prussia went through many regime changes and changes in government until it was abolished after World War II. The first 20 Mark coin was issued in Prussia in 1871. Collectors love these coins for their .900 fine gold composition. Another great feature of this coin is the awesome design. On the obverse side of the coin is always the bust of whatever leader was in office at the time of issue. The design is always very detailed. The reverse side has a crowned imperial eagle. The eagle has both wings outstretched over his head and has a fierce look on his face that is turned to the left. On his chest is a coat of arms with the imperial eagle on it and a coat of arms on its chest. Each coin has a random year depending on stock on hand.
Get a piece of German history with the Germany Prussia 20 Mark Gold coin. These coins are a smaller coin and great way to add some gold to your collection. Get yours today.