1923 Germany 200 Marks Coin
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The 'worthless' coin with an incredible history...

The iconic German 200 Mark coin has always been a historic treasure. But, the 1923 dated 200 Mark coin is the most significant of them all! And today, it could be yours for less than £20…

The ‘Hyperinflation’ Coin

Almost 100 years old, this remarkable coin symbolises the turmoil of Weimar Germany in November 1923; the most shocking period of hyperinflation the country had ever seen…

  • The German economy was on the brink of collapse.
  • Insufficient goods were being produced: workers were on strike.
  • Prices ran out of control as the government produced excessive amounts of money.

To put this into context – a loaf of bread, once 250 Marks, cost 20 billion Marks by November! 

Preserve a piece of history for just £19.99!

Considering the fascinating story and rich history associated with this coin, demand is expected to be high! Especially as we near its 100th anniversary…

But with a only limited number available for Westminster Collectors, you must secure yours before it's too late!

Order Ref 185/284T/3

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: Germany
  • Year of Issue: 1923
  • Diameter: 23mm
  • Weight: 1g
  • Composition: Aluminium

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.