1934-1935 Germany 2 and 5 Reichsmark Potsdam Church

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Nazi Germany Started and Ended Here!

In 1933, a handshake between Hitler and Paul von Hindenburg at the Potsdam Church started the Nazi reign of terror. The Nazi reign also ended at Potsdam, at a Conference in 1945, where Truman, Churchill and Stalin met to decide the future of Germany. This 1934-1935 German Silver 3-Piece Set was issued to commemorate the first anniversary of the Nazi takeover, and features a stark image of the church on a 2-Mark, and two 5-Mark coins. In addition, one of the 5-Mark coins includes the date March 21, 1933 - the one year anniversary of Hitler's rise to power. These silver commemoratives were highly collectible then - and they still are today - both in Europe and in the United States. The coins are struck in 8 and 13.88 grams of silver and are in Fine condition. Hurry for yours, our supplies are limited.

Year of Issue 1935, 1934
Country Germany
Composition Silver
Condition Circulated
Grade F
Denomination 2.00, 5.00
Currency Type Reichsmark
Coin Weight 31.07 Grams - g
Dimensions Various