Germany, Prussia, Wilhelm II, 2 Mark 1913, victory over Napoleon, PCGS MS 66+

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Commemorative issue: 100th Anniversary of the Prussians entering the war against Napoleon

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Obverse: Figure on horseback surrounded by people

Lettering (German): DER KÖNIG RIEF UND ALLE ALLE KAMEN ·; MIT GOTT·FÜR KÖNIG UND VATERLAND; 17-3-1813

Translation: The King Called and All Came;  With God for King and Fatherland;  March 17, 1813

Engraver: Paul Sturm; Reinhard Kullrich

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Reverse: Eagle with snake in talons, denomination below

Lettering (German): DEUTSCHES REICH 1913; * ZWEI MARK *

Engraver: Paul Sturm; Reinhard Kullrich

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Edge: Reeded

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Guaranteed genuine.

You can verify PCGS certification numbers: 35481039


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Ruler Wilhelm II (1888-1918)
Face Value 2 Mark
Year of issue 1913
Metal Silver
Fineness 900
Catalogue # KM# 532; J. 109
Weight, g. 11,1
Diameter, mm. 28,0
Our code Z149
Additional info Back side of the slab: scratch line