Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Mike Drop, Nov 10, 2017.
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So here we are
Reichmarf? Germany I see
That's a Fraktur lower-case k.
Here's the Fraktur alphabet. The third lowercase s the "long s", though it too looks like an f or a t to English readers; I thought it was used for words ending in s, but I'm apparently wrong. The scharfes-s (that looks like ß) stands for the ss digraph.
It's so called Frakturschrift of The Third Reich.
Indeed it's not a invention of The Nazis.
They used the Frakturschrift until 1941, and then the Antiquaschrift.
With hakenkreuz, are low mintage and get big premiums?
most 39's E, F, G, J.
Separate names with a comma.