The following notes were used in Nazi Germany throughout World War II and remained legal tender until 1948.
The notes bear two dates: the date the note was first authorized, and the date the issuing bank was authorized to issue currency.
The coins all feature the denomination on one side and an eagle holding a swastika on the other.
In 1939 a new 20 Reichsmark note was introduced, with a design taken from an unissued Austrian note.
Included are the following coins: The bronze 1 and 2 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1940 with an eagle and swastika.
The aluminum-bronze (brass) 5 and 10 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1939 with an eagle and swastika.
Because of World War II, the only coins issued after 1940 were the zinc 1, 5 and 10 Reichspfennig, and the aluminum 50 Reichspfennig, which depict an eagle holding a swastika.
The coins grade Very Fine or better, though the zinc coins may have some spots.