What is a reichsmark?

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The Reichsmark is an old currency used in the nation of Germany. It was used in the year 1924 until the date of June 20, 1948. The Reichsmark was used as the replacement currency of the preceding Papiermark.
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1 Reichsmark = 0.52 Euro + 60 % premium. = The above is only a conversion factor and it's for deutschmarks, not reichsmarks. You need to post a more specific question with the bill's
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The symbols used on the Deutsche Reichs Mark include a head of a man
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I recently found a 5 Reichsmark coin in my attic, evidently belonging to my grandfather. I did some research and found out that this is 90% silver. The coin was minted in 1939 and
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A 1937 Reichsmark although now obsolete and non-taxable is valued in the Banks and collector's fair market cash value in 2009-10 at the exchange rate of 1 REM = 0.52 EUR plus 60
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reichs·mark
[rahyks-mahrk; German rahykhs-mahrk]
NOUN [PLURAL REICHS·MARKS, REICHS·MARK.]
1.
the monetary unit of Germany from November, 1924, until 1948.
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