Coin Type Specifications
Region: Germany
Denomination: 10pf
Diameter: 21.5 (mm)
Coin Metal Composition:
Iron [91%] 3.64 (g)
Copper [5%] 0.2 (g)
Zinc [3%] 0.12 (g)
Carbon [2%] 0.08 (g)
Total Mass: 4 (g)

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Coin Type Coins
1950-2001 - Deutscher Lander - 10 Pfennig Coin Composition
Composition Totals From 46 Coins
Iron : 167.44 Grams
Copper : 9.2 Grams
Zinc : 5.52 Grams
Carbon : 3.68 Grams
Total Mass : 184 Grams

Metal USD/Pound USD/Troy Ounce USD/Gram Grams/Coin USD/Coin
Copper $2.091 $0.143 $0.005 0.2 g $0.001
Zinc $1.048 $0.072 $0.002 0.12 g $0.000
Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For Each Coin: $0.001
Combined Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For 46 Coins: $0.055
- Precious Metal prices updated on 09-26-2017
46 Example Coins Found...

YEAR IMG COIN NAME COIN GRADE



Coin Type Description
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COIN TYPE DESCRIPTION
Years Minted: 1950-2001
Mint Marks: D J F A G
Denomination: 10pf
Obverse Design: Five oak leaves, date below BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND
Obverse Designer: Adolf Jäger
Reverse Design: Denomination between rye stalks
Reverse Designer: Adolf Jäger
1950-2001 10 Pfennig Deutscher Lander
KM# 108 - Demonetized: 12-31-2001

Krause number KM# 108
Country Germany
Period West Germany (FRG) (1948 - 1989)
Coins type Circulation coins
Denomination 10 pfennig
Year 1950
Composition Brass plated Steel
Edge type Smooth
Shape Round
Alignment Medal (0°) ↑↑
Weight (gr) 4
Diameter (mm) 21.5
Thickness (mm) 1.7

Variety:

D Mintmark "D" - Munich
F Mintmark "F" - Stuttgart
G Mintmark "G" - Karlsruhe
J Mintmark "J" - Hamburg
A Mintmark "A" - Berlin

Mintage:

Mint Mark Unc BU Proof
München, Germany D 393.209.024 - 400
Stuttgart, Germany F 523.513.756 - 500
Karlsruhe, Germany G 309.044.921 - 1.800
Hamburg, Germany J 402.451.585 - 600


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10 Pfennig (A, D, F, G, J)

Country:Germany - Federal Republic
Series:1950~2001 - Deutschemark Circulation
Catalog codes:WCC:km108
Themes:Crops | Plants (Flora) | TreesIssued on:1950
Last issue date:2001
Distribution:Standard Circulation
Weight:4 grams
Diameter:21.5 mm
Composition:Brass plated Steel
Mint:
Bavarian State Mint (Bayerishe Hauptmunzamt),
Munich,
Germany (D Mint Mark)
Denomination:10 ₰
Edge Variety:plain/smooth
Subject:circulation
type: value/tree
Composition Details:
91% Iron, 6,3-5,
5% copper, 1,5-2,
3% Zinc, 1,
2% carbon
Score:0.27
Accuracy: Very High

Description:
Front: (value) 10
legend: (top, mint mark) A, D, F, G or J between 2 spikes
(bottom, currency) PFENNIG

Back: Young oak tree with five leaves on horizontal line
The young nation with the 5 old duchchies Swabia, Franconia, Saxony, Thuringia and Bavaria
legend: (state name) BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND (year between spacers dots)


•(1950 - 2001)•
Shape: circular
Designer: Adolf Joger, Frankfurt am
Width: 1,38 mm
Main Mint Marks:
A (Berlin, Brandenburg-Prussia 1850-)
D (Munich, Bavaria, 1872-)
F (Stuttgart, Wurttemberg, 1872-)
G (Karlsruhe, Baden 1872-)
J (Hamburg, Free city, 1873-)
Orientation: ↑O↓ coin aligment
Edge: P - plain, type: Π
Rim: raised, not decorated (both sides)
Mintage:
1991A: 170.000.000 - ● - 1992A: 80.000.000
1993A: 80.000.000 - ● - 1994A: 100.000.000
1995A: 110.000.000 - ● - 1996A: 90.000.000
1997A: 70.000 (all in mint set MS99)
1998A: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS104)
1999A: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS109)
2000A: 70.000 (20.000 in mint set MSXX)
formerly known as km108.1

1950D: 393.209.000
1966D: 21.220.000 - ● - 1967D: 15.632.000
1968D: 5.207.000 - ● - 1969D: 41.693.000
1970D: 54.085.000 - ● - 1971D: 54.022.000
1972D: 104.345.000 - ● - 1973D: 26.052.000
1974D: 15.707.000 - ● - 1975D: 15.654.000
1976D: 65.200.000 - ● - 1977D: 64.989.000
....
1995D: 115.000.000 - ● - 1996D: 94.500.000
1997D: 70.000 (all in mint set MS100)
1998D: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS105)
1999D: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS110)
2000D: 70.000 (20.000 in mint set MS115)
formerly known as km108.2

1950F: 584.340.000
1966F: 36.097.000 - ● - 1967F: 18.049.000
1968F: 6.010.000 - ● - 1969F: 48.084.000
1970F: 60.086.000 - ● - 1971F: 92.534.000
1972F: 110.177.000 - ● - 1973F: 30.070.000
1974F: 18.135.000 - ● - 1975F: 18.043.000
1976F: 75.282.000 - ● - 1977F: 75.052.000
....
1995F: 132.000.000 - ● - 1996F: 108.000.000
1997F: 70.000 (all in mint set MS100)
1998F: 70.000 (all in mint set MS105)
1999F: 70.000 (all in mint set MS110)
2000F: 70.000 (20.000 in mint set MS115)
formerly known as km108.3

1950G: 309.045.000
1966G: 25.338.000 - ● - 1967G: 1.518.000
1968G: 12.384.000 - ● - 1969G: 48.760.000
1970G: 35.900.000 - ● - 1971G: 88.614.000
1972G: 71.766.000 - ● - 1973G: 17.294.000
1974G: 10.450.000 - ● - 1975G: 10.403.000
1976G: 43.3720.000 - ● - 1977G: 43.300.000
....
1995G: 77.000.000 - ● - 1996G: 63.000.000
1997G: 70.000 (all in mint set MS102)
1998G: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS107)
1999G: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS112)
2000G: 70.000 (20.000 in mint set MS117)
formerly known as km108.4

1950 large J: 402.452.000
1966J: 32.116.000 - ● - 1967J: 16.051.000
1968J: 5.422.000 - ● - 1969J: 42.756.000
1970J: 40.115.000
1971 small J: 65.622.000 - ● - 1971 large J: incl. 1971 l.J
1972J: 96.991.000 - ● - 1973J: 26.774.000
1974J: 16.056.000 - ● - 1975J: 16.111.000
1976J: 66.930.000 - ● - 1977J: 66.800.000
1978J: 93.490.000 - ● - 1979J: 106.800.000
1980J: 70.960.000 - ● - 1981J: 138.360.000
....
1995J: 115.500.000 - ● - 1996J: 94.500.000
1997J: 70.000 (all in mint set MS103)
1998J: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS108)
1999J: unknown (70.000 in mint set MS114)
2000J: 45.000 (20.000 in mint set MS118)
formerly known as km108.5
All dates are made in proof currently no space
Each year mint/proof sets were made

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Pfennig

The About this sound Pfennig (help·info) (German pronunciation: [ˈpfɛnɪç], abbreviation Pf, symbol ₰), plural About this sound Pfennige (help·info), is an old German coin or note, which existed from the 9th century until the introduction of the euro in 2002.

While a valuable coin during the Middle Ages, it lost its value through the years and was the minor coin of the Mark currencies in the German Reich, the former Federal Republic of Germany (FRG, West Germany) and the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany), and after the German reunification in the present Federal Republic of Germany until the introduction of the euro. Pfennig was also the name of the subunit of the Danzig mark (1922–1923) and the Danzig gulden (1923–1939) in the Free City of Danzig (German: Freie Stadt Danzig; Polish: Wolne Miasto Gdańsk).

As a currency sign the letter 'd' for 'denarius' in German kurrent script was used: ₰. This abbreviation has nearly fallen out of use since the 1950s, with the demise and eventual abolition of the Reichsmark with its Reichspfennig. The symbol is encoded in Unicode at U+20B0 ₰ german penny sign (HTML: ₰).

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