Are German Deutsche Marks worth anything?

Are German Deutsche Marks worth anything?

Although German mark notes and coins are no longer legal tender, most of those issued after June 20, 1948 can be exchanged for the equivalent value in euro at Deutsche Bundesbank branches or by post. One euro is worth 1.956 marks. The European Central Bank has information at

How much is a 1960 Deutsche mark worth?

My collection

1960 D $ 2.31
1960 F $ 0.81
1960 G $ 4.25
1960 J $ 0.88

When did they start issuing 20 Deutsche Marks?

The Deutsche Bundesbank issued Deutsche Mark banknotes in 15 different denominations, including this 20 Deutsche Marks banknote (Elsbeth Tucher). They are part of the Deutsche Mark banknotes series. The Deutsche Bundesbank started issuing these 20 Deutsche Mark banknotes in 1960.

Who is the artist on the 20 Deutsche Mark note?

This green-colored German zwanzig deutsche mark note features the image of Elsbeth Tucher, painted by the German painter Albrecht Dürer. On the banknote a caption reads ‘Deutsche Bundesbank’. Do you have a 20 Deutsche Marks banknote (Elsbeth Tucher)?

What kind of banknote is 5 Deutsche Marks?

5 Deutsche Marks banknote (Venezianerin) 5 Deutsche Marks banknote (Bettina Von Arnim) 10 Deutsche Marks banknote (Sailing ship) 10 Deutsche Marks banknote (Carl Friedrich Gauss) 20 Deutsche Marks banknote (Elsbeth Tucher) 20 Deutsche Marks banknote (Annette Von Droste-Hulshoff) 50 Deutsche Marks banknote (Holsten Tower Gate)

Is the Deutsche Mark still valid in Germany?

Deutsche Mark banknotes were issued by the Deutsche Bundesbank. They became obsolete in 2002 when they were replaced by the Euro. D-Marks are no longer a valid means of payment in Germany. However, we continue to exchange pre-Euro German Mark banknotes for cash.