10 Reichspfennig (World War II German coin)

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The zinc 10 Reichspfennig coin was minted by Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1945 during World War II, replacing the bronze-aluminum version, which had a distinct golden color. It is worth 1/10 or .10 of a Reichsmark. Made entirely of zinc, the 10 Reichspfennig is an emergency issue type, similar to the zinc 1 and 5 Reichspfennigs, and the aluminum 50 Reichspfennig coins from the same period.

Mint marks

Mint mark Mint location Notes
A Berlin, Germany Capital of Nazi Germany
B Vienna, Austria (Wien) Capital of Austria
D Munich, Germany (München)
E Dresden, Germany (Muldenhütten)
F Stuttgart, Germany
G Karlsruhe, Germany
J Hamburg, Germany

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Mintage

prewar (1938A) coin obverse, note golden color
prewar (1938A) coin reverse, note golden color
1940
Year Mintage Notes
1940 A 212,948,000
1940 B 76,274,000
1940 D 45,434,000
1940 E 34,350,000
1940 F 27,603,000
1940 G 27,308,000
1940 J 41,678,000
1941
Year Mintage Notes
1941 A 240,284,000
1941 B 70,747,000
1941 D 77,560,000
1941 E 36,548,000
1941 F 42,834,000
1941 G 28,765,000
1941 J 30,525,000
1942
Year Mintage Notes
1942 A 184,545,000
1942 B 16,329,000
1942 D 40,852,000
1942 E 18,334,000
1942 F 32,690,000
1942 G 20,295,000
1942 J 29,957,000
1943
Year Mintage Notes
1943 A 157,357,000
1943 B 11,940,000
1943 D 17,304,000
1943 E 10,445,000
1943 F 24,804,000
1943 G 3,618,000 Rare
1943 J 1,821,000 Rare
1944
Year Mintage Notes
1944 A 84,164,000
1944 B 40,781,000
1944 D 30,369,000
1944 E 29,963,000
1944 F 19,639,000
1944 G 13,023,000
1945
Year Mintage Notes
1945 A 7,112,000 Rare
1945 E 4,897,000 Rare

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References