Reichsmark of Weimar Republic

The Reichsmark (RM) was the official currency of Germany from 1924 to 1948. It replaced the Papiermark as the currency of the Weimar Republic and continued to be used during the Nazi regime under Adolf Hitler. The Reichsmark was subdivided into 100 Reichspfennig.

The Reichsmark underwent significant fluctuations in value during its existence, particularly during the hyperinflation of the early 1920s and the economic instability of the Great Depression. Under the Nazi regime, the Reichsmark was subject to various economic policies aimed at strengthening the German economy and promoting the goals of the Nazi party.

After World War II, the Reichsmark was replaced by the Deutsche Mark (DM) in West Germany as part of the currency reform of 1948. In East Germany, the Reichsmark was replaced by the East German Mark (Mark der DDR) in 1948. The Reichsmark ceased to be legal tender in Germany after the currency reforms, but it remains a significant symbol of the economic and political history of the country during the first half of the 20th century.

Here are some notable designs of Reichsmark:

Weimar Republic Era (1924-1933):
Banknotes: During this period, Reichsmark banknotes featured various designs depicting German cultural and historical figures, landscapes, and architectural landmarks. The designs often incorporated intricate patterns, symbols, and security features to deter counterfeiting.
Coins: Reichsmark coins of this era typically featured the German Eagle, the denomination, and other national symbols. The designs were relatively conservative and followed traditional numismatic conventions.

Nazi Era (1933-1945):
Banknotes: Under Nazi rule, the designs of Reichsmark banknotes underwent significant changes to reflect the ideological values of the regime. New banknotes prominently featured images of Adolf Hitler, swastikas, and other Nazi symbols. The designs aimed to promote Nazi propaganda and reinforce the cult of personality around Hitler.
Coins: Reichsmark coins during the Nazi era continued to feature the German Eagle, but with additional Nazi symbolism such as swastikas and Reichsadler (Imperial Eagles). The designs were often more militaristic and propaganda-oriented compared to the earlier Weimar Republic coins.

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