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Deutsche Marks

Exchange Deutsche Marks

Up until 2002 the official currency of Germany was the Deutsche Mark. In 2002 the country’s official currency became the Euro. Since 1958 the Deutsche mark, also known as the ‘German mark’ has been stable. No other major currency including the Japanese yen or Swiss franc has been stronger. The Mark was first minted under Allied occupation in 1948 replacing the Reichsmark. 1 pfennig, 2 pfennig, 5 pfennig and 10 pfennig coins were minted in brass-plated steel. The 50 pfennig, DM 1 and DM 2 were minted in cupro nickel. The DM5 and DM 10 were minted in cupro nickel and silver. The Deutsche Mark is subdivided into units called Pfennig. 100 Pfennig make up one Deutsche Mark.

No bank, building society or bureau de change will exchange Deutsche Mark coins back into usable cash. However, any leftover foreign coins that you may have from your last trip abroad can be converted back into cash using our online simple and secure method.

Use our fast and hassle free service to exchange your Deutsche Marks.
Even though you can’t exchange German Deutsche Mark coins into cash at any bank or bureau de change in the UK we WILL!
Whatever the age or condition of your coins we will exchange them.
Even if the Deutsche Mark coins are obsolete we will still exchange them.
We guarantee to give the best exchange rate available
Payment in under 1 hour


Exchange German Deutsche Mark and pfennig’s the secure and simple way.

Everyone returns from a foreign business trip or holiday with leftover foreign coins and banknotes. These usually end up in a jar with all the other foreign currency you have brought back from your travels.

If you do have a jar full of foreign coins and banknotes then contact us. We provide an online simple, safe and easy method of changing this foreign currency back into usable cash. A great way of fundraising for your favourite charity is to collect foreign currency and we will exchange it at the best exchange rate – guaranteed. You are under no obligation to accept our quote. If you are not happy we will return your foreign coins back to you at our own expense. It really is that simple.

German Deutsche Mark coins we exchange

1 pfennig (0.01 Deutsche Mark)
2 pfennig (0.02 Deutsche Mark)
5 pfennig (0.05 Deutsche Mark)
10 pfennig (0.10 Deutsche Mark)
50 pfennig (0.50 Deutsche Mark)
1 Deutsche Mark
2 Deutsche Marks
5 Deutsche Marks
10 Deutsche Marks


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