Prussia 3-MARK (KM534)

Eagle + Snake

Prussia issued both a 2- and 3-mark silver coin in 1913 to commemorate the centennial of the defeat of Napoleon. The eagle represents Prussia (also seen on their flag), and the snake represents France. On the reverse is King Freidrich William III on horseback surrounded by the people of Prussia.


Diameter
33 mm
Composition
0.9000 Silver
Catalogue #
KM534
Obverse Legend
DEUTSCHES REICH 1913 DREI MARK
Reverse Legend
DER KÖNIG RIEF UND ALLE ALLE KAMEN MIT GOTT FÜR KÖNIG UND VATERLAND 17-3-1813

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