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Live auction - fwo_431077 - GERMANY - WEIMAR REPUBLIC 3 Reichsmark, Albrecht Dürer 1928 Munich

GERMANY - WEIMAR REPUBLIC 3 Reichsmark, Albrecht Dürer 1928 Munich AU
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Estimate : 600 €
Price : 410 €
Maximum bid : 410 €
End of the sale : 13 June 2017 18:30:59
bidders : 2 bidders
Type : 3 Reichsmark, Albrecht Dürer
Date: 1928
Mint name / Town : Munich
Quantity minted : 50000
Metal : silver
Diameter : 30 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 14,95 g.
Edge : incscrite
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
La monnaie a été vigoureusement nettoyée
Catalogue references :


Obverse legend : ALBRECHT. DVRER. GEDENKJAHR * 1928*.
Obverse description : Buste à gauche d’Albrecht Dürer.


Reverse description : Légende circulaire, aigle héraldique de face.
Reverse translation : (Empire allemand).

Historical background

GERMANY - Weimar Republic


Germany had lost the Great War. The Treaty of Versailles (28 June 1919), she had to sign a promise to pay reparations. To ensure these repairs, the administration of the Saar was given to France. In 1923, France occupied the Rhineland more ("Germany will pay!") But in 1931, the French troops evacuated the area. Through the Young Plan and friendship Briand-Stresemann, France gave up some of its claims for payment of war reparations. Germany would have to pay 226 billion gold marks in reparations, including France and Belgium. Germany was badly shaken by the crisis of 1929. The number of unemployed burst from two million to more than six million, paving the way for Nazism and the rise to power of Adolf Hitler.

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