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1923-A Germany 200 Mark NGC MS64

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Why add this 1923-A Germany 200 Mark coin to your collection?

Germany in the years following the First World War from 1919 until 1933 was known as the Weimar Republic, named for the city of Weimar, where its first constitutional assembly was held. Heavily burdened to pay reparations required by the Treaty of Versailles, the government produced a vast amount of banknotes and coinage, resulting in a state of hyperinflation by 1923. Having a reported mintage of 174,900,000, this 200 Mark coin designed by German sculptor Josef Wackerle was struck at the Berlin Mint in 1923 from aluminum.

The Coat of Arms of the Weimar Republic

The obverse features a heraldic eagle emulating the Weimar Republic's Coat of Arms. The image is surrounded by the legend "EINIGKEIT UND RECHT UND FREIHEIT," meaning "Unity and Justice and Freedom," both the motto of the Republic and a phrase included in the national anthem of Germany since 1922.

Centered on the reverse is the inscription "200 MARK 1923" encircled by "DEUTSCHES REICH" (German Realm), with the Berlin Mint mark "A" below, flanked by two stylized flowers.

Graded Mint State 64 by NGC

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded this beautiful example of a 1923-A Germany 200 Mark coin a Mint State 64; the coin exhibits a few scuff marks, average luster and even strike, with overall good eye appeal. The coin is presented in a labeled NGC protective holder.

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Year of Issue:1923
Mint:German Mint
Mint Mark:A
Grading Service:NGC
Finish:Mint State
Weight in Grams:1 g
Weight in Ounces:0.0322 oz
Diameter:23 mm
Thickness:1.2 mm
Edge Type:Reeded
Legal Tender:Germany
Obverse Design:Heraldic Eagle
Reverse Design:Denomination Above Date
Reverse Designer/Engraver:Josef Wackerle
Obverse Designer/Engraver:Josef Wackerle