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Germany-States Coin Catalog

The Germany-States coin catalog is presented organized by type and value, a technique collectors refer to as sorting by #KM, based on the acronym of the publication that numbered them.

If you are a passionate collector, this catalog offers the possibility to create your own personal collection. You can add your coins and generate a free PDF catalog from a complete database and our management tools. In addition, once registered, you will have the opportunity to exchange coins with other collectors around the world easily and free of charge.

📢 Germany-States is a country that does not exist today. It is now part of the Germany-Federal Rep. coins.

Ancient coins of Germany-States

To facilitate their classification, we have decided to organise the coins according to their historical period, you can consult the coins by historical numismatic categories of Germany-States.

Berg Prussia Nassau Aachen Anhalt-Bernburg Westfalia Dortmund Wismar Hannover Saxony-Meiningen Würzburg Baden Frankfurt Hessen-Darmstadt Frankfurt/Main Hesse-Kassel Wurttemberg Hesse Bavaria Otto Koenig Von Bayern Cologne Brunswick-Luneburg Henneberg-Ilmenau Hesse-Homburg Hohenzollern-Hechingen Hollenzollern-Sigmaringen Saxony Schleswig-Holstein Grand Duke of Oldenburg 1829-1918 Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

The most valuable coins

The most valuable Germany-States coins and sought after by collectors according to Foronum statistics are the following:

3 pfenning
Germany-States
3 pfenning
1/4 stuber (Cologne)
Germany-States
1/4 stuber (Cologne)
3 pfennig
Germany-States
3 pfennig
1 schilling
Germany-States
1 schilling

The valuation of these coins has been achieved through a meticulous algorithm that considers the current market, taking into account aspects such as material, weight, diameter, edge, year of mintage, mint of manufacture and the number of coins produced. Coins with limited mintages and in good condition are usually among the most valuable.

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3 stuber

#FO21943 KM#1
Year: 1801-1806
Period: Berg
Weight: 1,85 g
Composition: Silver (0,220)
Diameter: 31,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

1/2 stuber

#FO21338 KM#2
Year: 1802-1805
Period: Berg
Weight: 4,73 g
Composition: Copper
Diameter: 27,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

4 heller

#FO21773 KM#3
Year: 1604-1655
Period: Aachen
Weight: 1,45 g
Composition: Copper
Diameter: 18,50 mm
Edge:

1 thaler

#FO21947 KM#3
Year: 1802-1805
Period: Berg
Weight: 19,48 g
Composition: Silver (0,750)
Diameter:
Edge:

1/2 thaler

#FO21946 KM#4
Year: 1803-1804
Period: Berg
Weight:
Composition: Silver (0,750)
Diameter:
Edge:

1/2 stuber

#FO21942 KM#5
Year: 1805
Period: Berg
Weight: 3,60 g
Composition: Copper
Diameter: 27,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

2 mark

#FO21781 KM#6
Year: 1615
Period: Aachen
Weight:
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

3 stuber

#FO21944 KM#7
Year: 1805-1806
Period: Berg
Weight: 1,85 g
Composition: Silver (0,220)
Diameter: 21,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

1 thaler

#FO21948 KM#8
Year: 1805-1806
Period: Berg
Weight: 19,48 g
Composition: Silver (0,750)
Diameter:
Edge:

3 stuber

#FO21945 KM#9
Year: 1806
Period: Berg
Weight: 1,85 g
Composition: Silver (0,220)
Diameter: 21,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

2 thaler

#FO21807 KM#9
Year: 1616
Period: Aachen
Weight: 58,00 g
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

3 mark

#FO21787 KM#11
Year: 1619
Period: Aachen
Weight:
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

1 heller

#FO22688 KM#11
Year: 1693
Period: Henneberg-Ilmenau
Weight: 1,60 g
Composition: Copper
Diameter: 31,00 mm
Edge:

6 marck

#FO21795 KM#12
Year: 1619
Period: Aachen
Weight:
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

1 kreuzer

#FO22698 KM#13
Year: 1840
Period: Hesse-Homburg
Weight: 0,83 g
Composition: Silver (0,166)
Diameter: 15,00 mm
Edge:

1 thaler

#FO22693 KM#14
Year: 1693
Period: Henneberg-Ilmenau
Weight: 28,77 g
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

3 marck

#FO21788 KM#15
Year: 1626
Period: Aachen
Weight:
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

1 thaler

#FO22695 KM#15
Year: 1696
Period: Henneberg-Ilmenau
Weight: 29,05 g
Composition: Silver
Diameter:
Edge:

1 thaler

#FO22694 KM#16
Year: 1694
Period: Henneberg-Ilmenau
Weight: 29,38 g
Composition: Silver
Diameter: 45,10 mm
Edge:

1 heller

#FO22689 KM#19
Year: 1694
Period: Henneberg-Ilmenau
Weight: 1,07 g
Composition: Copper
Diameter: 16,00 mm
Edge:

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