A little help here guys... German Token?

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by tdec1000, Dec 22, 2012.

  1. tdec1000

    tdec1000 Coin Rich, Money Poor :D

    Tried my best to figure out what this is. My best guess is that it is some sort of trade token.

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  3. John14

    John14 Active Member

    Looks like a Notgeld (emergncy money / necessity money).
  4. John14

    John14 Active Member

    Found it...
    German notgeld - Bonn n/a 10 Pfennig 1918 iron (large date)
    There are so many different Notgeld, I still have some that I can't identify. :eek:
  5. tdec1000

    tdec1000 Coin Rich, Money Poor :D

    Thanks Guys!!
  6. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector

    That is the "Old Bridge" across the Rhine. It connected Bonn (back then on the left bank of the Rhine river) and Beuel (right bank, today part of Bonn). That bridge was considered to be one of the most beautiful bridges in the Rhine valley, maybe not so much because of its architecture but because of the scenery. ;)

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