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When the Euro Dollar was introduced in 1999, Europe began the gradual switch of her respective currencies to the "invisible" Euro because the actual Euro currency and coinage was officially launched on 1 January 2002 that brought about the biggest cash exchange history.
Germany, one of the 12 countries that immediately embraced this new currency on 1 January 2002. This massive cash exchange removed most Deutsch Marks in circulation thereby making the Deutsch Mark highly sort after.
Here, we have a 1950 (J) 5 Pfennig. The lettering determines the mintage and quantity ever produced.
The selling price is S$ 9.50/pc
This coin comes in a plastic bag suitable for storing coins.
You are most welcome to swing by and have a look prior to purchase with no obligations. Hence this is a first come, first serve exercise.
German 5 Pfennig Year 1950 (J) Collectible Vintage Currency Coin