To pay for massive war debts after WWI, Germany produced so much money that inflation spiraled out of control, resulting in paper money and coins of ever-increasing denominations. You can recall that historic pre-Hitler era with a well-preserved 10,000 Mark coin struck 90 years ago for collectors only, in 1923. From the German region of Westphalia, and with a diameter larger than a silver American Eagle, these 1 oz. gold-plated bronze coins depict revered Prussian leader of the 18th century – Baron Heinrich von Stein. The reverse of these coins feature the rearing horse of the Westphalia coat of arms. These prized 90-year-old European coins will add great interest to your collection today!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Countries: Germany
- Year: 1923