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I recently purchased a small travel bag full of world coins dating from the late 1800's to the 1960's.  The vast majority were British and Canadian but there was also a good deal of Dutch and German coinage as well.  One such coin seems to stand out it's a 1927 3 reichsmark with a ship on one side.  I'm working to get some scans up it appears to be a higher grade coin.  My question "Is this coin a cheap commemorative or fairly sought after?"

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Chris

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Chris,

No need for photos apart from ascertaining the grade. It is commemorating the centenary of the establishment of Bremerhaven, for  VF examples, nice nick but some signs of  use about $100,  very little sign of use $200 as minted $300.

Hope this is of help.

 

Paul

 

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