During WWII, German coins & currency were highly produced, just as they were here in the U.S., which make just about all of it common and worth very little. If you can be more specific as to what you have, perhaps we can be more specific as to what it's worth.
there is value to german money from ww2 but only because it's money
The value of the German World war 1 Bayonet ranges between $70 and about $90. They are costly because of there very unique designs.
ran out of money
1000000 in the world
Inflation in general is when money loses its value. After World War I, the Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to pay reparations to Britain and France. During the war, the government had printed more money to finance the war. Germany's emperor was deposed in the final days of the war and when the new democratic government needed to pay those reparations, they printed more money. The German mark was losing a lot of value. Eventually, they went into hyperinflation - in 1923, one American dollar was worth over a trillion German marks.
The German currency was the Reichsmark (abbreviated RM).
German money from before World War 1 is no longer legal tender. Its value as a collectible is only a few dollars unless it is uncirculated or nearly uncirculated.
The value is there live in close range they don't die
The economical value was undisplicitably horable
Bad Judgement. The government chose to print more money instead of taxing people. However, there was still only so much backing up the money and the German mark lost value.
Around 800- 1000
The money in World War 2 was called: Marks The money the German use today is called: Euros
$10 see ebay
less than a $1 to a collector -try ebay
"der Erster Weltkrieg" is the correct German term for "World War one"
value depends on condition. estimate $900 and up
200-450 or so
Mauser k98 value $475
value depends on overall condition. send some pics and I'll try to help.
They have some limited value. Due to inflation and re-prints the value is fairly low.
The German airforce was called the Luftwaffe in World War 2.
money, power, to protect France and russia from German and austria-Hungary=)
What is the value of a world war 1 trunk
No. But some of it has value as a collectable.