Pre-World War II Germany & Japan Silver Set


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Add an important part of World War II history to your collection, with this 2-coin silver set. You'll hold genuine pieces struck during the pre-WWII military buildup of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan:

  • 1934-1935 Germany 5 Reichsmark – This 90% silver piece was issued to mark the first anniversary of Nazi rule. The imperial eagle is on the obverse, while the reverse depicts the Potsdam Church – where the Reichstag was inaugurated in 1933, and where the Potsdam Conference of 1945 was held to decide Germany's future.
  • 1922-1938 Japan 50 Sen – Struck in 72% silver under Emperor Yoshihito and his son, Hirohito, the obverse depicts a sunburst with cherry blossoms. In Japanese culture, the phoenix (shown on the reverse) represents the imperial rulers, fire, the sun and justice.

Now over 75 years old, these handsome silver coins mark a momentous time in world history. Add these notable pieces to your collection today and SAVE off individual coin prices.