Germany 2 and 5 Reichsmark (von Hindenburg)  1935 to 1939
Germany 2 and 5 Reichsmark (von Hindenburg) 1935 to 1939

These coins come in 2 and 5 reichsmark denominations. Some of the 5 reichsmark do not have the swastika, as shown in our secondary picture below.

Here are some approximate catalog values that apply to all dates in the series, except as noted below.

2 REICHSMARK (0.161 troy ounces silver)
worn: $7 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $8
well preserved: $10
fully uncirculated: $30

5 REICHSMARK (0.402 troy ounces silver)
worn: $15 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $18
well preserved: $22
fully uncirculated: $45

Remember these are inflated catalog values. Use our Important Terminology link (upper left) for a breakdown of how catalog values work.

Less common dates and mint marks carry small premiums. In the lists below, values quoted are for coins in well preserved condition.

1936D: $40
1936E: $40
1936G: $40
1936J: $180
1939E: $60

1936J: $60
1939E: $70
1939G: $60

All coins minted in 1935 do not have the wreathed swastika on the reverse, and some of the 1936-dated coins also lack the swatsika. The same values quoted above apply to these coins.

Coin: 1486 , Genre: Central Europe North South
Requested by: tim, Wed, 07-Oct-2009 01:29:59 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Tue, 21-May-2013 02:33:10 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Sun, 07-Dec-2014 17:48:13 GMT
Requester description: 1936 Deutfches Reich. Reichs Mark. Paul von Hindenburg. Hawk above a swastika.
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Hi i have a Germany 2 Reichsmark 1939 , what would the price ? - alex
Prices are explained on this page. - CoinQuest (Paul)

I have a 1937, 5 Reichsmark. It is very great shape. Can you give me an estimate on its worth? - Christopher Ledford
Our estimates are shown on this page. For more accurate estimates, consult a knowledgeable collector or professional coin dealer for an in-person appraisal. For definitions of 'worn', 'average circulated', etc., see our Important Terminology page (button at upper left). - CoinQuest (Paul)

I have a 1937 2Pfennig silver coin that has a double stamping on the name. (Paul&Von) is this a common error or can you help me with this? - Joe R.
Joe -- These are marks, not pfennigs. The normal catalogs do not show any special varieties of these coins, so your doubled coin may be more valuable but, without numismatic references to back it up, few collectors would pay a premium. Variety collection has not really caught on with anything except US coins. To expand variety collecting worldwide will take a lot of research and a lot of documentation. As far as I know, no one has taken on such an endeavor. - CoinQuest (Paul)

I won two auctions online, both 1937, one a 2 mark the other a 5 mark. What I didn't realize was the 5 mark was what was called a spielgeld???? ... something to do with miniature play money(?) I heard they are rare and hold some value as a collectable, might this be true?
- Will
Not much value in spielgeld. Our page on spielgeld appears at this link [PRESS HERE]. - CoinQuest (Paul)

I have a 1934 5 Reichmark in fair circulation condition and live in Minnesota and would like to know where to take it for the best appraisal - Robert Winchester
Hi Robert -- We cannot recommend coin dealers by area. Your best bet is to take it to several dealers and average their offers to buy your coin. You can go to this link [PRESS HERE] to find top-notch dealers around the US. - CoinQuest (Paul)





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