1938 2 Reichs Mark

Discussion in 'World & Ancient Coins' started by g1rge, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. g1rge

    g1rge Member

    I found this laying on the coin machine today while dumping nickels!
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    :D
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  3. Atarian

    Atarian Active Member

    Very cool! I'll give you more than a nickel for it... Here's a few 5 RMs.

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  4. CamaroDMD

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    Great find. That is a 1938-A (Berlin) minted 2RM piece. It's one of the more common in the series with a mintage of over 13 million. It is 62.5% silver with a silver weight of 0.16oz. In that condition, it's probably only worth melt.
  5. g1rge

    g1rge Member

    Thanks for the info, I had looked it up on Numista as I had a suspicion it was silver when i found it. Won't be selling it any time soon as I tend to collect coins. :)
  6. Cazkaboom

    Cazkaboom One for all, all for me.

    Big fan of those coins. Love it! Nice find!
  7. TheCoinGeezer

    TheCoinGeezer Senex Bombulum

    Even in that condition I daresay it would fetch more than melt on eBay.
    There are a lot of Third Reich buffs out there.
    Coins and stamps are the only Nazi memorabilia allowed on eBay.
  8. Copper Head

    Copper Head Active Member

    Very cool find.
  9. CamaroDMD

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    On eBay yes...elsewhere....no. eBay is the worst place to buy Third Reich coins because they are so overpriced. This is an area where I heavily collect, this coin isn't worth much (if anything) over melt.
  10. g1rge

    g1rge Member

    I wouldn't know how to grade this coin but it is actually I pretty good condition, the pictures don't do it
    justice. I would say it is comparable to the 4th coin from the left in the pictures that Atarian posted.
  11. CamaroDMD

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    It's hard to get a good look at it with the photos and the toning. But, on second glance I don't see much if any wear. Like I said, this is a common date but if it's problem free and AU or so...I could see a retail value on it in the $15-$20 range or so. So, not a bad piece at all. I personally don't have this coin in my collection, but I have a 1938-E which had about 4.7 million minted. Mine is probably MS63/64 and is blast white and I paid $25 for it on 2009. They have gone up a bit since then because of the silver value.

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