1928, Germany (Weimar). Silver 3 Mark “900th Anniv. of Naumburg” Coin. NGC MS-64!
Mint Year: 1928 Reference: KM-57. Mint Place: Berlin (A) Condition: Certified and graded by PCGS as MS-64! Denomination: 3 Mark – 900th Anniversary of Naumburg Diameter: 30mm Material: Silver Weight: 15gm
Obverse: Margrave Hermann, holding shield and sword in front of him. Anniversary dates (1028-1928) at sides. Legend: NAVMBVRG . SAALE – GRVNDVNGSFEIER Translated: "Naumburg, Saalen – Founding Festivities"
Reverse: German heraldic eagle left. Value (3) with small mint initial (A) inside below. Legend: DEUTSCHES REICH * DREI REICHSMARK * Translated: "German Empre, 3 Reichsmark"
Naumburg (German pronunciation: [ˈnaʊmbʊɐ̯k]) is a town in (and the administrative capital of) the district Burgenlandkreis, in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Central Germany. It has a population of around 33,000. With the Naumburg Cathedral Naumburg has become a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2018. This UNESCO nomination is representative for the processes that shaped the European continent during the High Middle Agesbetween 1000 and 1300: Christianization, the so-called “Landesausbau” and the dynamics of cultural exchange and transfer characteristic for this very period.