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What is value of a 1917 German 1 Deutsche Mark?


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2010-02-22 17:18:29
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The Deutsche Mark was not introduced until 1948. In 1917 the German currency was the Reichsmark.

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Depending on condition, it would be worth between $3 and $20.

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Only East Germany (German Democratic Republic) issued 1 DM notes in 1948. It is worth about $5.

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Deutsche Mark was created in 1948.

No value at all as money. Value as a collectable is only slightly higher if it has even the slightest amount of wear, maybe 25-50 cents. If uncirculated, you might get a few dollars for it.

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It was superseded by the Euro in 2002 and is no longer legal tender.

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