Welche Staatsform hat Deutschland?
Deutschland ist eine parlamentarische Bundesrepublik
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This is an ordinary circulation coin that was used up till the introduction of the euro in 2002. At that time a mark was worth about 50Â¢ U.S. and there were 100 pfennigs in a mark, so the lowly little 1-pf coin was worth all of a half a cent.
You're gonna have to go to a coin store and see how much they can give you for it. This is a very varied answer. Some can give you more some can give you less.
This was an ordinary circulation coin until Germany switched to euros in 2002. It was worth about 1/2 of an American cent.
Deutschland is the name of Germany in German. And Bundesrepublik means a republic consisting of several BundeslÃ¤nder (singular Bundesland), kind of states. die Bundesrepublik Deutschland translates as the Federal Republic of Germany. It is the official title of Germany
\nAn East German aluminum 1948 10 pfennig may be worth about .20 with heavy wear to around $2 with moderate wear to maybe $15 with light wear. \nYou might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictures, values and lots more interesting info.\nBrad
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It originates from an Old High German word (originating from the region of Saxony) that means approximately, "of the people." Interestingly, the names that other countries call Germany are based on the two major tribes who called this area of Central Europe home in ancient times, namely, the Alemma…nen and the Germanen. More countries call the country a derivative of these names than anything similar to "Deutchland." ( Full Answer )
Bundesrepublik Deutschland - Federal Republic of Germany .. Since reunification in 1990, this has referred to Germany as a whole. From 1949-1990 it referred specifically to West Germany.
Deutschland is German for Germany. Germany has many different names in different languages. For example, in the languages which border Germany: - Czech: NÄmecko - Danish: Tyskland - English: Germany - French: Allemagne - Hungarian: NÃ©metorszÃ¡g - Italian: Germania (but the Ita…lian for 'German' is: tedesco) - Netherlands (Dutch): Duitsland - Polish: Niemcy ( Full Answer )
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In general, German coins from the 1970s are only worth face valuein average condition, but a denomination is needed to make a morespecific estimate. Please post a new, separate question with thecoin's denomination.
The area of Germany is 357,021 sq km, or 137,847 sq miles - slightly smaller than Montana.
That's Bundesrepublik, and the whole phrase means "Federal Republic of Germany". Any coin denominated in marks or pfennigs is no longer valid in Germany; those coins were taken out of circulation in 2002 when Germany adopted the euro as its currency.
That inscription means "Federal Republic of Germany," so your coin is probably a standard circulation coin issued during the period 1950-1999. These coins were removed from circulation when the euro was adopted in 2002 and very few of them are worth any more than face value. You can get a rough idea… of value in U.S. cents by doubling its denomination in pfennige, remembering that 1 Deutschmark = 100 pfennige. However, without much more information - denomination, condition, and date, it's not possible to say. ( Full Answer )
Since "Deutschland" is German for the country of Germany, the coin in question would be from Germany. "Penny" here is a bit of a misnomer, however, since the equivalent of a penny in German currency would have been a "Pfennig." There were Pfennig coins in circulation from the 9th century until the… introduction of the Euro/cent in 2002. It was in 1873 with the introduction of the Gold Mark its division by 100 to equal 100 Pfennige that 1 Pfennig was assigned the value of a penny (or one cent). Previously, the Pfennig had been a coin of more value. ( Full Answer )
We need more information. The words "bundesrepublik Deutschland" just mean "Federal Republic of Germany" and are not the actual value of the coin. The coin will have a number on the front, representing its value in Marks (or Pfefning).
One can't really say that any country in Europe was "discovered" as much as developed, since there have been settled tribes since humans migrated into the region in pre-historic times. The original "Germanic homeland" was the northern part of modern-day Germany and Denmark.
A 50 pfennig coin is one half of a deutschmark. One deutschmark is divided into 100 pfennig similar to the way that one American dollar is divided into 100 cents or pennies. "Pfennig" in German means "penny" in English. Deutschmark and Pfennig are no longer used as currency in Germany since Germa…ny became one of the founding members of the European Union (EU). Germany was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the Euro as its currency on 1 January 1999. ( Full Answer )
Please post a new question with the coin's denomination. It will be shown either in marks or pfennigs.
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Your coin was used in Germany up till the country switched to the euro in 2002. You didn't provide a denomination, but if its value is in pfennige or is at most 5 marks, it's most likely to be an ordinary circulation coin. If so, it's no longer spendable but its value at the time of conversion wa…s roughly half as many US dollars or cents as its denomination in marks or pfennige; e.g. a 10 pf coin was worth about 5 cents. If not, please post a new question with more details including its denomination. ( Full Answer )
Apart from a 10 Deutsche Mark commemorative coin with an image of an eagle on one side and the Brandenburg Gate on the other which contains about a third of a troy ounce of silver, Germany ("Bundesrepublik Deutschland" is German for the "Federal Republic of Germany") produced no silver coins in 1991…. ( Full Answer )
Your coin was used in Germany up till the country switched to the euro in 2002. If its value is in pfennige or is at most 5 marks, it's most likely to be an ordinary circulation coin. If so, it's no longer spendable but its value at the time of conversion was roughly half as many US dollars or ce…nts as its denomination in marks or pfennige; e.g. a 10 pf coin was worth about 5 cents. If not, please post a new question with more details including its denomination. ( Full Answer )
Not much, the coin you're describing is a 2 Mark coin, of which millions were in circulation. Unless it is in "mint uncirculated" condition, its value is purely as a curiosity, since the Deutsche Mark was replaced by the Euro.
You are asking about a 2 Mark coin from the Federal Republic of Germany ("West Germany" before Germany's reunification in 1991). There were three different 2 Mark coins issued in that years (with portraits of Adenauer, Heuss and Schumacher), and these were each produced in four different mints ("D" …- Munich, "F" - Stuttgart, "G" - Karlruhe, and "J" - Hamburg). Broadly, however, the Adenauer coin is worth about US$1.50 in Extremely Fine condition and US$2.00 in Uncirculated or Proof conditions, and the Heuss and Schumacher coins are worth about US$1.25 in Extremely Fine condition and US$1.75 in Uncirculated or Proof conditions. Note that, as of January 2002, the Mark (or Deutsche Mark, abbreviated as "DM") no longer circulates in Germany, having been replaced by the Euro. They are, however, exchangable at branches of the German Central Bank (the Deutsche Bundesbank) at a rate of DM 1.95583 = â¬1.00 = US$1.36; thus the "face value" of a DM 2 coin is â¬1.022, or about US$1.39. ( Full Answer )
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Welche Merkmale hat das kalte Wesen? translates as What are the characteristics of a cold being (vampire)?
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BRD was an unofficial abbreviation of Bundesepublik Deutschland (Federal Republic of Germany) especially during the cold war period and during the period of the two German states. It was particularly used by East German agencies who referred to East Germany in official communiquÃ©s as DDR … and West Germany as BRD. Official West German communiquÃ©s stopped using the abbreviation in 1970. Although the abbreviation was initially used in West Germany neutrally and impartially, it began to develop a politicized dimension, especially through East German agitation and the West German government wanted to avoid using the same political langauge as the East German regime. Another reason for dropping the abbreviation was that West Germany considered itself to be the only legitimate German state according to international law. It claimed the use of the word Deutschland for the whole of Germany (both German states) and by proxy for itself. By deliberate use of the word Deutschland it attempted to keep the idea of a single German nation and reunification alive. East Germany on the other hand argued that there could be no reunification as the DDR and the BRD had never been a single state. An argument, that was based purely on semantics. Official West German agencies actively discouraged the use of the abbreviation and several West German states officially banned its use. Use of the abbreviation in school work would result in it being marked as a grammatical error. In a move that might seem slightly schizophrenic given what has been stated above, West German authorities did abbreviate the state's name in forms such as: BR Deutschland , BR Dt. , BR Dtl. , BRDt. , BRep.Dtschl. , B'Rep. Dt. , B.Rep. Dtld. , BRep.D , BR Dtld. or simply Dtld. ( Full Answer )
"Deutschland vier loren" means Germany four (loren is not a German word) What I think you meant was "Deutschland hat verloren" which translates as "Germany lost".
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In central Europe. If instead the question is WHAT, then Germany is made up of 16 different States or "Provinces" (Bundeslaender), which together (or united) form the Republic of Germany. "Bund" means bond (between friends) or confederation (political) in English. So Bundesrepublik Deutschland liter…ally means Federal Republic of Germany. ( Full Answer )
Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland (The Federal Republic of Germany) is the official name for Germany. It is more often shortened to just Die Bundesrepublik or Deutschland
Legoland Deutschland is located in GÃ¼nzburg , in between the cities of Augsburg and Ulm, southern Germany. It's official address is as follows: Legolandallee, 89312 GÃ¼nzburg Germany
Deutschland is Germany and there are a few countries to the west of it: farthest northwest is the Netherlands, then Belgium, Luxembourg, and France are all on the western boarder of Germany.
Deutschland is simply the German name for Germany. Without knowing the date, condition and face value, it's impossible to value it. You are talking about thousands of stamps. The value would range from completely worthless to thousands of dollars.
Your coin was used in Germany up till the country switched to theeuro in 2002. If its value is in pfennige or is at most 5 marks,it's most likely to be an ordinary circulation coin. If so, it's no longer spendable but its value at the time ofconversion was roughly half as many US dollars or cents a…s itsdenomination in marks or pfennige; e.g. a 10 pf coin was worthabout 5 cents. If not, please post a new and separate question with more detailsincluding its denomination. ( Full Answer )
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Deutschland is the German word for Germany. Germany's flag has three colors. From top to bottom, the colors of the German flag are black, red, and gold.
The lyrics to the song called Deutschland Uber Alles was written by the man who goes by the long name of August Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben. He was a famous lyricist.
The difference with eBay Deutschland compared to the USA and UK versions is quite simply down to language and currency. Where as the other two main sites use English as the main language the German site uses German text and the European 'Euro' as a currency.
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