Germany - 1990-1994 Franz Joesf Strauss Deutschemark
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|1990-1994 Franz Joesf Strauss Deutschemark Coin Composition|
|Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For Each Coin:||$0.041|
|Combined Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For 0 Coins:||$0|
|YEAR||IMG||COIN NAME||COIN GRADE|
|COIN TYPE DESCRIPTION|
|Coin Type:||1990-1994 Franz Joesf Strauss Deutschemark|
|Mint Marks:||D, J, G, A, F|
|Obverse Design:||Dr hc Franz Josef Strauß|
|Obverse Designer:||Erich Ott, Munich|
|Reverse Design:||German eagle|
|Reverse Designer:||Reinhart Heinsdorff, Lehen/Württ|
1990-1994 Franz Joesf Strauss
Coin 2 Deutsche Mark, 7th series
Metal Magnimat (3-layered material)
Top layer Copper-nickel alloy
Diameter 26.75 mm
Width 1.79 mm
Mass 7.00 g
Picture Dr hc Franz Josef Strauß
Edge "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit" (unity, justice and freedom)
Design Erich Ott, Munich (picture side), Reinhart Heinsdorff, Lehen/Württ. (denomination side)
In circulation since 1990
Coins in Series
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
Franz Josef Strauss
Franz Josef Strauss (German: Franz Josef Strauß, IPA: [ˈfʁants ˈjoːzɛf ˈʃtʁaʊs]; 6 September 1915 – 3 October 1988) was a German politician. He was the chairman of the Christian Social Union, member of the federal cabinet in different positions and long-time minister-president of the state of Bavaria.
During his political career Strauss was a controversial figure. In 1945 he was translator and right hand to First Lieutnant in the American military secret service CIC, Ernest F. Hauser. As a younger man, he served in several positions in the federal cabinet, and had some brushes with scandal during this time: the Spiegel scandal after Strauss had the editor-in-chief of a news magazine jailed for 103 days under false pretenses, as well as the Lockheed bribery scandals after a Lockheed lobbyist stated that the corporation had bribed Strauss to the tune of $10 million to obtain a defence contract for the F-104G Starfighters in 1961.
After the 1969 federal elections, West Germany's conservative alliance found itself out of power for the first time since the founding of the Federal Republic. At this time, Strauss became more identified with the regional politics of Bavaria. While he ran for the chancellorship as the candidate of the CDU/CSU in 1980, for the rest of his life Strauss never again held federal office. From 1978 until his death in 1988, he was the head of the Bavarian government.
His last two decades were also marked by a fierce rivalry with CDU chairman Helmut Kohl.
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Base Metals Last Updated: 09-01-2016