The German Empire was a big producer of gold coins, which were first minted about 100 years ago. There are still some very valuable coins on the market, which are in great demand by collectors and investors. It commemorates an important historical moment in modern history.
During the Third Reich, which began in 1871, various designs of the Deutsche Mark, the legal tender of the time, were minted. With the outbreak of World War I, the currency ceased to be based on gold and became known as the Papermark, partly because of a dangerous inflation that forced the country to create paper money
These coins include the 20 marks of William I and William II, King Albert of Saxony and Otto of Bavaria.
This series is a must for the collector, because each of these coins is full of history and has the greatest turning point the German Reich has ever experienced. Take your pick and get a little closer to the modern age!