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|Years of minting||1940-1945|
Reichsadler with swastika.|
Deutsches Reich 1940
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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 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)|
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