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10 Mark Gold Coin German State Baden – Friedrich I (1875-1888)

10 Mark Gold Coin German State Baden – Friedrich I (1875-1888)


These 10 Mark gold coins from Germany were launched in the Grand Duchy of Baden with the Grand Duke Friedrich I in 1875-1888. German Empire coins are minted in five German mints: F – Stuttgart (former Kingdom of Wuerttemberg), G – Karlsruhe (eformer Grand Duchy of Baden), A – Berlin (former Kingdom of Prussia) ,D – Munich (former Kingdom of Bavaria), J – Hamburg (Hanseatic City of Hamburg).

Coin Highlights:

  • Issued between 1875 and 1888
  • Contains 3.583 grams of actual gold content.
  • Issued a face value of 10 Marks by the German Empire.
  • Obverse includes a depiction of Friedrich I and date mark.
  • The Emblem of the German Empire

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Obverse: The obverse of the coin depicts the German Grand Duke of Baden – Friedrich I, with the inscription “FRIEDRICH GROSHERZOG VON BADEN” engraved around him. At the bottom of the coin is a gilt “G”, which is the mark of the Mint of Karlsruhe.

Reverse: The emblem of the German Empire is depicted – the Imperial Eagle with the Crown, the name of the country around it “DEUTSCHES REICH” (En. German Empire). At the bottom of the coin, below the Eagle’s mintmark “10 MARK” and the year of minting the coin.

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