What is the value of the 1914 coin

Information about the coin

General data

The nominal value is the stamped value of a coin. It usually consists of a number and the currency as a unit. If there is no denomination, it is usually a medal. Exceptions are coins where the weight determines the value (e.g. thalers):3 marks
The minting period indicates in which time interval (from when to when) a coin was minted:1914
The type of a coin indicates the reason for its minting. Usually, coins are minted for the population as a means of payment (so-called circulation coins) or for special occasions (commemorative coins):Circulation coin
Obverse The obverse is the main face of a coin. Depending on the reason for the coinage, the nominal can be on the obverse. In the case of circulation coins, the face value is on the obverse. In the case of commemorative coins, the subject of whose thought is on the obverse:The obverse shows the bust of Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform looking to the right above the abbreviation of the mint. The inscription reads "WILHELM II GERMAN EMPEROR KING OF PRUSSIA".
The lapel is the less important side of a coin. Usually the national coat of arms is on the lapel:On the lapel is the large crowned imperial eagle with the Prussian coat of arms eagle on the chest. The inscription contains the country name "DEUTSCHES REICH", the year and the nominal "DREI MARK" between two stars.
The edge of a coin can also contain a motif. Patterns or inscriptions are common:The edge is smooth and bears the inscription "GOTT MIT UNS". The words are separated by an iron cross between arabesques.
Most of the time, coins are round. But there are also coins that are square or have a wave cut:Round
Material Each coin is made of one material. Mostly metals are used, but in times of need they have also experimented with alternative materials .:Silver (900)
In addition to its strength, the diameter of a coin is one of the properties that describe the spatial dimensions of the coin:Target: 33.00 mm Actual: - / - / - (min / avg / max)
The weight of a coin used to be a characteristic of the value of a coin and its purchasing power. Today it is more used in circulation coins to distinguish them from other coins:Target: 16.67 g Actual: - / - / - (min / avg / max)
Stamp rotation The stamp rotation describes the rotation of the lapel to the obverse and is given in degrees:Target: 0.00 ° Actual: - / - / - (min / avg / max)
The collection date indicates when the issuer of a coin takes the coin out of circulation. Purchasing power does not necessarily have to be lost when you move in:20.04.1920
The cancellation date indicates when the issuer of a coin deprives the coin of purchasing power:01.01.1921
The nominal value is defined as the number of the nominal converted into the base currency. The face value of a 10 pfennig piece is therefore 0.1: 0.00 EUR (canceled)
Material value:10.95 EUR (as of May 16, 2021)
Special features can be, for example, filigree differences between this coin and coins with apparently the same motif:Half-length portrait with uniform

Catalog numbers

Small German coin catalog (edition 36/2006):29
World coin catalog 20th century (edition 33):29
The German coins since 1871 (edition of 20):113


(forecast price in euros, as of May 16, 2021, further information can be found in the Help)


Material and weight according to the Coin Act, Deutsches Reichsgesetzblatt Volume 1873, No. 22, Pages 233 - 240 (http://de.wikisource.org/wiki/M%C3%BCnzgesetz, accessed on May 21, 2015)
Cancellation date and collection date according to the "Ordinance concerning the suspension of silver coins" of April 13, 1920, announced on April 19, 1920