20 Mark Emperor Wilhelm II Prussia

The 20 Mark Prussia Wilhelm II. the gold coins date from the time of the German Empire. They were published under Wilhelm II., who reigned from 1888 to 1913 as an emperor, and were legal tender in daily circulation. The Kingdom of Prussia was the largest and most influential single state of the German Empire, with two-thirds of the area and about three-fifths of the population

These historic 20 Mark gold coins were produced in the fineness 900/1000. An alloy of 10 percent copper increases the resistance and scratch resistance of these gold coins, meaning they are still in very good condition today.

The 20 Mark Wilhelm II. gold coins have a fine weight of 7.16 grams of gold, a total weight of 7.965g, a thickness of 1.40 mm, and a diameter of 22.5 mm.

The obverse of the coins shows the respective king and the reverse of the coat of arms, the face value, and the year of issue. There are three different types of coins: 5 RM 10 RM and 20 RM, which are distinguished by size and weight.

The front of the 20 Mark Wilhelm II. gold coin shows a portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II., bareheaded, facing right, and surrounded by the following inscriptions: “Wilhelm”, “Deutscher Kaiser” and “König von Preussen”

The back of the coin shows the imperial eagle with a shield, surrounded by the inscriptions: “Deutsches Reich”, the year of issue and “20 Mark” (the nominal value).

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About 20 Mark Emperor Wilhelm II Prussia

The 20 Mark Prussia Wilhelm II. the gold coins date from the time of the German Empire. They were published under Wilhelm II., who reigned from 1888 to 1913 as an emperor, and were legal tender in daily circulation. The Kingdom of Prussia was the largest and most influential single state of the German Empire, with two-thirds of the area and about three-fifths of the population

These historic 20 Mark gold coins were produced in the fineness 900/1000. An alloy of 10 percent copper increases the resistance and scratch resistance of these gold coins, meaning they are still in very good condition today.

The 20 Mark Wilhelm II. gold coins have a fine weight of 7.16 grams of gold, a total weight of 7.965g, a thickness of 1.40 mm, and a diameter of 22.5 mm.

The obverse of the coins shows the respective king and the reverse of the coat of arms, the face value, and the year of issue. There are three different types of coins: 5 RM 10 RM and 20 RM, which are distinguished by size and weight.

The front of the 20 Mark Wilhelm II. gold coin shows a portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II., bareheaded, facing right, and surrounded by the following inscriptions: “Wilhelm”, “Deutscher Kaiser” and “König von Preussen”

The back of the coin shows the imperial eagle with a shield, surrounded by the inscriptions: “Deutsches Reich”, the year of issue and “20 Mark” (the nominal value).

Specification

Gold Content 0.2304 ounces