The coins all feature the denomination on one side and an eagle holding a swastika on the other.This 14 coin set includes the regular issue coins of Nazi Germany listed above.Unlike coins, the date is not the year the note was printed.These Reichsbank notes were supposedly backed by gold.Because of World War II, the only coins issued after 1940 were the zinc 1, 5 and 10 Reichspfennig, and the aluminum 50 Reichspfennig, which depict an eagle holding a swastika.The coins grade Very Fine or better, though the zinc coins may have some spots.These four silver coins serve as a memento of the horrors of the Third Reich. It pictures Paul von Hindenburg on one side and an eagle holding a wreathed swastika on the other.It is 25mm in diameter and contains .1607 troy ounces of silver.
All eight coins grade VF or better, though the zinc coins may show some spots as zinc spots very easily.
Starting in 1936 the Eagle reverse was replaced with an eagle holding a wreathed swastika, similar to the 2 Reichsmark.
The Eagle and Swastika 5 Reichsmark was struck from 1936 to 1939.
The second type was struck during only during the last part of 1935 and the first part of 1936.
It pictured Paul von Hindenburg on one side and an eagle on the other.