Coin Type Specifications
Region: Germany
Denomination: DM 2
Diameter: 26.75 (mm)
Coin Metal Composition:
Copper [75%] 5.25 (g)
Nickel [25%] 1.75 (g)
Total Mass: 7 (g)

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1969-1987 Konrad Adenauer Deutschemark 2
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Germany - 1969-1987 Konrad Adenauer Deutschemark 2

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1969-1987 Konrad Adenauer Deutschemark 2 Coin Composition
Composition Totals From 0 Coins
Copper : 0 Grams
Nickel : 0 Grams
Total Mass : 0 Grams

Metal USD/Pound USD/Troy Ounce USD/Gram Grams/Coin USD/Coin
Copper $2.091 $0.143 $0.005 5.25 g $0.024
Nickel $4.494 $0.308 $0.010 1.75 g $0.017
Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For Each Coin: $0.041
Combined Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For 0 Coins: $0
- Precious Metal prices updated on 07-24-2017
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Coin Type Description
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COIN TYPE DESCRIPTION
Years Minted: 1969-1987
Mint Marks: D, J, G, A, F
Denomination: DM 2
Obverse Design: Dr Konrad Adenauer
Obverse Designer: Reinhart Heinsdorff
Reverse Design: German eagle
Reverse Designer: Lehen/Württ
1969-1987 Konrad Adenauer Deutschemark 2

Coin 2 Deutsche Mark, 3rd series
Metal Magnimat (3-layered material)
Top layer Copper-nickel alloy
Diameter 26.75 mm
Width 1.79 mm
Mass 7.00 g
Core Nickel
Picture Dr Konrad Adenauer
Edge "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" (unity, justice and freedom)
Design Reinhart Heinsdorff, Lehen/Württ.
In circulation since 1970

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1957–1971: Max Planck
1969–1987: Konrad Adenauer
1970–1987: Theodor Heuss
1979–2001: Kurt Schumacher
1988–2001: Ludwig Erhard
1990–1994: Franz Josef Strauß
1994–2001: Willy Brandt

Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer

Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer (German pronunciation: [ˈkɔnʁaːt ˈhɛɐman ˈjoːzɛf ˈaːdənaʊɐ]; 5 January 1876 – 19 April 1967) was a German statesman. As the first post-war Chancellor of Germany (West Germany) from 1949 to 1963, he led his country from the ruins of World War II to a productive and prosperous nation that forged close relations with old enemies France, the United Kingdom and the United States.[1] During his years in power Germany achieved democracy, stability, international respect and economic prosperity ("Wirtschaftswunder", German for "economic miracle").[2] He was the first leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), a Christian Democratic party that under his leadership became, and has since usually been one of the most powerful parties in the country.

Adenauer, dubbed "Der Alte" ("the old one"), belied his age as the oldest elected leader in world history by his intense work habits and his uncanny political instinct. He displayed a strong dedication to a broad vision of market-based liberal democracy and anti-communism. A shrewd politician, Adenauer was deeply committed to a Western-oriented foreign policy and restoring the position of West Germany on the world stage. He worked to restore the West German economy from the destruction of World War II to a central position in Europe, presiding the German Economic Miracle, founded the Bundeswehr in 1955, and to come to terms with France, which made possible the economic unification of Western Europe. Adenauer opposed rival East Germany and made his nation a member of NATO and a firm ally of the United States.

A devout Roman Catholic, he was a leading Centre Party politician in the Weimar Republic and had served as Mayor of Cologne (1917–1933) and as president of the Prussian State Council (1922–1933).

The 1968–1969 academic year at the College of Europe was named in his honor.


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