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  • Gold coin 20 Mark front
  • Pre-owned

Gold coin 20 Mark

603,00 Per piece 75,38 Per gram

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Gold coin 20 Mark from Germany. This historic coin is minted in 90% pure gold.


Selling price
€ 603,00
Price per gram
€ 75,38
Net weight
8 gram
8,89 gram
Year of issue


Gold 20 Mark from Germany

This gold 20 mark coin has a diameter of 22.5 mm and weighs 7.965 grams. The gold content is 90%. These are the 20 Mark gold coins from Germany.
These coins were produced between 1871 and 1915, with a circulation of tens of millions. Today, they are sought after by collectors and investors because of their rarity and the value in gold represented by the coin.

The obverse of the coin shows the Prussian eagle, a symbol used by Prussian rulers since the Middle Ages. The eagle has two heads, representing Prussia and Brandenburg. In its talons it holds a sceptre and an imperial apple, symbols of power and authority. On the eagle's breast is a shield with the coat of arms of Prussia. Above the eagle is the crown of the German Empire. Around the edge of the coin is the text ‘AUS 20 MARK GOLD’, indicating that the coin is worth 20 marks and is made of gold.
The reverse of the coin shows a portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II, who reigned from 1888 to 1918.The emperor wears a military uniform and looks determinedly to the right. Around the edge of the coin is the text ‘WILHELM II DEUTSCHER KAISER KOENIG V. PREUSSEN’, the emperor's name and title. The year of issue can be found below the portrait.
Compared to other gold coins, the 20 Mark coin is relatively affordable, making it an attractive option for beginning investors


  • Gold historical coin from Germany
  • Minted in 90% pure gold
  • From various years

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