20 Mark Hamburg (1875-1913) gold coin German Empire!
Denomination: 20 Marks.
Year: 1875-1913 y.
Coin weight: 7.965 g.
The pure gold content in the coin: 7.166 g.
Diameter: 22.6 mm.
Thickness: 1.3 mm.
Mint: Hamburg Mint.
Country of origin: German Empire.
Obverse: The obverse of the coin depicts the coat of arms of the city of Hamburg, protected by lions on both sides. The inscription "FREIE UND HANSESTADT HAMBURG. DEUTCHES REICH" is inscribed in a semicircle on the top of the coin. The letter 'J' is the mint mark of the Hamburg Mint and it is engraved on the bottom of the coin.
Reverse: The coat of arms of the German Empire - the Imperial Eagle with a crown, around the inscription "DEUTSCHES REICH" (eng. German Empire) and the year of the coin. At the bottom of the coin denomination "20 MARK".
Edge: The inscription "GOTT MIT UNS" is lit. (God with us).
About the coin: Hamburg (full name Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg - the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg) - a city in northern Germany, on the Elbe and Alster rivers, connects with the North Sea. Center for Business, Industry and Culture. The second largest port in Europe. The second largest city in Germany. These coins have a much smaller mintage than other historical coins of the German Empire / Prussia. Two years in particular - 1881 and 1908 - are very valuable because of the very small circulation - only 500 pcs.
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