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* [[Germany 1929-A 3 mark KM-62|1929-A 3 mark, union of Waldeck and Prussia]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-A 3 mark KM-62|1929-A 3 mark, union of Waldeck and Prussia]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-E 3 mark KM-65|1929-E 3 mark, Meissen millennium]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-E 3 mark KM-65|1929-E 3 mark, Meissen millennium]]
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* [[Germany 1929-J 3 mark KM-60|1929-J 3 mark, Lessing bicentennial]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-A 5 mark Dav-971|1929-A 5 mark, Hindenburg]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-A 5 mark Dav-971|1929-A 5 mark, Hindenburg]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-F 5 mark Dav-969|1929-F 5 mark, Meissen millennium]]
 
* [[Germany 1929-F 5 mark Dav-969|1929-F 5 mark, Meissen millennium]]

Latest revision as of 23:23, 17 November 2018

Sincona sale 9, lot 4164
This specimen was lot 4164 in Sincona sale 9 (Zurich, October 2012), where it sold for 475 CHF (about US$601 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[2] noted,
"DEUTSCHLAND Weimarer Republik 5 Reichsmark 1929, Muldenhütten. 1000 Jahre Burg und Stadt Meissen. Polierte Platte. Fast FDC/FDC. (Germany, Weimar Republic, five reichsmark of 1929, Muldenhütten mint, millennium of the city of Meissen. Proof.)"
This type, issued 1929, was struck in Muldenhutten (mintmark "E"). It is among the scarcer of the Weimar commemoratives. We have included it in our category of thalers based on its size, even tho it is only .500 fine.

Recorded mintage: 120,000 plus a few proofs.

Specification: 25 g, .500 fine silver, 37 mm diameter.

Catalog reference: J. 339. KM 66, Dav-970.

Source:

  • Cuhaj, George S., and Thomas Michael, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, 42nd ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2014.
  • Davenport, John S., European Crowns and Talers, Since 1800, 2nd Ed., London: Spink & Son, 1964.
  • [2]Numismatic Coins, Medals, Banknotes & Books: Auction 9, Zurich: SINCONA AG, 2012.

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