German Rare Coins
Do you have any German rare coins for sale? If so, American Rarities wants to buy them!
We’ve been buying foreign rare coins for decades, and German rare coins are no exception! Our clientele can’t get enough of these pieces of German history!
What Are the Most Valuable German Rare Coins?
The most desired German coins by collectors are early German gold prior to German Unification in 1871, as well as the Reichspfennig pieces.
Some of the most valuable Reichspfennig pieces include:
- 50 Pfennig 1995 F und G
- 50 Pfennig with inscription “Bank Deutscher Länder” 1950 G
- 2 Pfennig 1967 G
- 2 Pfennig 1969 J
- 50 Pfennig 1949
You don’t need these in your German rare coin collection for us to be interested – we collect a wide variety of German coins. The main thing is they need to be rare, in demand, in good condition, and (most of all) authentic!
How Do I Know if My German Rare Coins are Authentic?
If you are unsure of whether your German coins are authentic, don’t worry – we’re here to help!
In addition to free appraisals, American Rarities offers Free Coin Grading. Submit your coins to us and we’ll examine them for authenticity, there is absolutely no obligation to sell to us afterward!
Here are some of the coin grading services we are an authorized dealer for:
After we grade your German rare coins for authenticity, we will grade and appraise them. As with grading, our appraisal and offer service is free.
Always Paying More For Your German Rare Coins
Free Grading and Appraisals!
If you want your rare German coins graded or appraised, simply provide us with photos and an inventory list. You can send them to us via text, email, or by uploading them on our Contact Us form.
One of our expert appraisers will respond promptly with their determination as to the coin’s condition and authenticity. After that, you can go forward with an appraisal. Neither the grading nor appraisal carries any obligation to sell to us whatsoever.
If you decide to sell to us, we’ll either pick up the coins ourselves (for highly valuable collections) or you can mail them to us. To make the process as stress-free as possible, we fully insure the value of your shipment.
After we receive your coins we’ll immediately pay you via your choice of company check, ACH, or wire transfer.