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1923-A Germany 200 Mark NGC MS66

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

Following the First World War, the German state then known as the Weimar Republic spiraled into a period of rapidly growing inflation. The Republic attempted to recover the economy and pay its debts by producing massive amounts of large denomination banknotes and coinage, which only resulted in a chaotic state of hyperinflation by 1923. This 23 mm diameter 1 gram aluminum 200 Mark coin is one of the 174,900,000 struck at the Berlin Mint in 1923.

Design by Award-Winning German Sculptor Josef Wackerle

The motto of the Weimar Republic, "EINIGKEIT UND RECHT UND FREIHEIT," (Unity and Justice and Freedom) curves around the Republic's heraldic eagle Coat of Arms on the obverse. The eagle is similar to the emblem of the former Monarchy, with the crown, collar and shield removed.

The reverse design is comprised primarily of inscriptions, denomination and year at the center as "200 MARK 1923," surrounded by "DEUTSCHES REICH" (German Realm). Below, the Berlin Mint mark "A" is framed by two simple stemmed blooms.

Gorgeous Mint State 66 Coin

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) reviewed this 1923-A Germany 200 Mark coin and determined it to be in remarkable Mint State 66 condition. Expect a coin of this grade to have exceptional eye appeal, a superb strike and full original mint luster.

This German 200 Mark coin belongs in your collection! Purchase the impressively graded post-World War I hyperinflation coin from MCM today!

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