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What is the value of a 1967 1 deutsche mark coin?

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What the american value of deutscnhe mark 1967

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The average value of such coin would be 25 Euros


1956 D 1 Mark xf condition german coin


Face value only. For Deutsche Marks to have additional value, they need to date back to the 1950s.It's a coin that was in regular circulation up until the euro was introduced in 2002. At that time the mark was worth about 50¢ U.S.


Face value only. For Deutsche Marks to have additional value, they need to date back to the 1950s. It's a coin that was in regular circulation up until the euro was introduced in 2002. At that time the mark was worth about 50¢ U.S.


In circulated condition, face value only - about 50 cents at the time this coin was discontinued in 2002.


The value is dependent on the date. Post a new question with the year.


In average condition, most are worth $6 to $8 retail. However if your coin has a "G" mint mark on it, it's worth about $9 to $12.


This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro. At that time it was worth about $1.


This was an ordinary circulation coin in Germany until they switched to euros in 2002. At that time it was worth about 50 cents.


This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany switched to the euro. At that time it was worth about US$1.


This was a common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro. At that time it was worth about 50 cents.



. A 5 Deutsche Mark coin is worth $3.27 USD as of 4/24/12.


That really depends on the year the coin was minted and the condition of the coin.


Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date. Without that information it's not possible to estimate a value.


The Deutsche Mark was not introduced until 1948. In 1917 the German currency was the Reichsmark.


If it's from circulation, $2.50 to $4.00 at retail. If it's in like-new condition that value could go up to as much as $60 depending on the mint mark.


It's an extremely common coin that was in regular circulation up until the euro was introduced. At that time it was worth about 50 US cents.


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.


The coin is only face value. No U.S. coin dated 1965,1966 or 1967 will have a mintmark.


Yes there is 50 mark coin from 1878 with Wilhelm the 2th Deutsche Kaiser Konig V.Preussen on it .


Unless it's uncirculated, face value only - about 50¢ U.S. in 2002, when Germany switched to the euro, and marks and pfennigs were withdrawn from circulation.


If it's uncirculated, around $4.50. Otherwise it's only worth the face value of about $2.50 that it had when Germany adopted the euro as its currency.


Please look at the coin again, no US coin struck in 1965-1967 bears a mint mark, but it's only face value anyway.


This was a fairly common circulation coin until 2002 when Germany adopted the euro. The exchange value was about US$1. Circulated ones have no additional value. An uncirculated specimen is worth about US$6 as of 02/2013.



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