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Coins from the Free city of Danzig

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The Free City of Danzig was an independent city state between 1807 and 1815 and again from 1920 until 1939. Located at the Baltic Sea in Pomerania, in the north of present-day Poland, it was hotly contested between Germans and Polish over the course of history. The Polish name for the city is Gdansk, but because during times the Free City existed (and when it had its own coinage) the majority of the population spoke German, the name Danzig is used in the Numista catalogue. Read more

See also: Germany - 1871-1948, German states, Poland

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Free city of Danzig - Napoleonic

1 Schilling - Marshal Lefebvre (French Occupation) – obverse
1 Schilling - Marshal Lefebvre (French Occupation) – reverse
1 Schilling - Marshal Lefebvre (French Occupation)
1808-1812
Copper – 0.98 g – ø 16 mm
KM# 136
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III – obverse
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III – reverse
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III
1809-1812
Copper – 3.20 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 137
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III (Ag) – obverse
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III (Ag) – reverse
1 Grosz - Friedrich Wilhelm III (Ag)
1809-1812
Silver – 1.90 g – ø 21 mm

Free city of Danzig - Prussian Danzig

1 Schilling - Friedrich Wilhelm III – obverse
1 Schilling - Friedrich Wilhelm III – reverse
1 Schilling - Friedrich Wilhelm III
1801
Copper – 1.30 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 135

Free city of Danzig - Gulden (1923-1939)

100 Pfennige = 1 Gulden

1 Pfennig – obverse
1 Pfennig – reverse
1 Pfennig
1923-1937
Bronze – 1.63 g – ø 17.03 mm
KM# 140, Schön# 3
2 Pfennige – obverse
2 Pfennige – reverse
2 Pfennige
1923-1937
Bronze – 2.5 g – ø 19.5 mm
KM# 141, Schön# 4
5 Pfennige – obverse
5 Pfennige – reverse
5 Pfennige
1923-1928
Copper-nickel – 2 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 142, Schön# 5
5 Pfennige (Trial Strike) – obverse
5 Pfennige (Trial Strike) – reverse
5 Pfennige (Trial Strike)
1923
Brass – 1.98 g – ø 17.50 mm
5 Pfennig – obverse
5 Pfennig – reverse
5 Pfennig
1932
Aluminium-bronze – 2.0 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 151
10 Pfennig – obverse
10 Pfennig – reverse
10 Pfennig
1920
Zinc – 2.05 g – ø 21.5 mm
KM# Tn1
10 Pfennig – obverse
10 Pfennig – reverse
10 Pfennig
1920
Zinc/Silver – 2.23 g – ø 21.5 mm
KM# Tn2
10 Pfennige – obverse
10 Pfennige – reverse
10 Pfennige
1923
Copper-nickel – 4 g – ø 21.5 mm
KM# 143, Schön# 6
10 Pfennig – obverse
10 Pfennig – reverse
10 Pfennig
1932
Aluminium-bronze – 3.5 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 152, Schön# 14
½ Gulden – obverse
½ Gulden – reverse
½ Gulden
1923-1927
Silver (.750) – 2.5 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 144
½ Gulden – obverse
½ Gulden – reverse
½ Gulden
1932
Nickel – 3 g – ø 19.5 mm
KM# 153
1 Gulden – obverse
1 Gulden – reverse
1 Gulden
1923
Silver (.750) – 5 g – ø 23.5 mm
KM# 145
1 Gulden – obverse
1 Gulden – reverse
1 Gulden
1932
Nickel – 5 g – ø 23.5 mm
KM# 154

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