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Metal euro (marks and pfennigs) - coins of Germany

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The Federal Republic Germany is member country the European union . Monetary unit - euro - to equal 100 eurocents.

Till January, 1st, 2002 DM - to equal 100 pfennigs were cash token moneys of Germany. A nominal number of the native currency of Germany has been presented by coins in nominal value 1, 2, 5, 10, 50 pfennigs and 1, 2, 5 marks.

All German coins bear on themselves the logo of the mint indicating where the coin has been rapped out. D - a mint of Munich, F - Stuttgart, G - Karlsruhe and J - Hamburg. Coins manufactured during the Second World War were designated by logos "And" - Berlin and B - Vienna. The logo "And" of a mint of Berlin also has been used for coinage of DM of the beginning of 90th years, after association of Germany. These logos continue to be used on German coins of euro.

Since July, 1st, 1990 (an exchange rate union with East Germany) on July, 1st, 1991 continued circulation of a coin of GDR of denomination to 50 pfennigs on their face-value, because of time shortage of small coins. These coins were lawful instruments of payment only in territory of the former East Germany.

Nominal value: 20 pfennigs
Stamping: 1969
the Material: the Brass
the Note: the German Democratic Republic (GDR)
the Obverse of 20 pfennigs of Germany (GDR) the Reverse of 20 pfennigs of Germany (GDR)
Nominal value: 10 pfennigs
Stamping: 1995
the Material: the Brass
the Note: Federal Republic Germany (Germany)
the Obverse of 10 pfennigs of Germany (Germany) the Reverse of 10 pfennigs of Germany (Germany)

On a reverse of coins in nominal value 1 and 2 euro which have been rapped out in Germany, the Federal eagle is represented. The reverse of the German 10, 20 and 50 eurocents decorates the plotting of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin, Being a symbol of division and the subsequent recombination of Germany. On coins in nominal value 1, 2 and 5 eurocents one of national symbols of Germany - an oak branch is represented, and the plotting is almost identical to what was seated on pfennigs (token coin). The plotting on all coins is surrounded by 12 stars, also on obverses the mint letter designation where the this coins have been rapped out is seated.

Nominal value: 10 eurocents
Stamping: 2002
the Material: the Brass
the Note:
the Obverse of 10 eurocents of Germany the Reverse of 10 eurocents of Germany
Nominal value: 1 euro
Stamping: 2002
the Material: the Center - a Copper-Nickel, a ring - a brass
the Note:
the Obverse 1 euro of Germany the Reverse 1 euro of Germany

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