1928, Germany (Weimar). Scarce Silver 3 Mark “Dinkelsbuhl” Coin. NGC MS-63!
Mint Year: 1928 Mintage: 40,000 pcs. Mint Place: Munich (D) Reference: KM-59, Jaeger 334. ($900 in XF!). R! Condition: Certified and graded by NGC as MS-63! Denomination: 3 Mark – 100th Anniversary – Founding of Dinkelsbühl Diameter: 30mm Material: Silver Weight: 15gm
Obverse: A male half-length figure, holding sickle and a sheaf of wheath behind city walls and flanked by two towers. Shield of Dinkelsbühl below, date of the founding of the City (1-0-2-8) in fields. Legend: TAUSEND . JAHRE . DINKELSBUHL . D . Translated: "1000 Years Dinkelsbuhl. Year, 1928"
Reverse: German heraldic eagle left. Legend: DEUTSCHES REICH * DREI REICHSMARK * Translated: "German Empre, 3 Reichsmark"
Dinkelsbühl is a historic town in Central Franconia, a region of Germany that is now part of the state of Bavaria, in southern Germany. Dinkelsbühl is a former Free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire. In local government terms, Dinkelsbühl lies near the western edge of the Landkreis (or local government district) of district of Ansbach, north of Aalen.
Dinkelsbühl lies on the northern part of the Romantic Road, and is one of three particularly striking historic towns on the northern part of the route, the others being Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Nördlingen.
The town lies on the southern edge of the Franconian Heights and on the River Wörnitz, which rises in the town of Schillingsfürst. The population in 2013 was 11,315.