Some of the most interesting coins ever made are the porcelain coins made in Germany from 1921 to date. In the earliest years, Porcelain coins were substitutes for the real silver and gold money that disappeared from circulation after World War I. In later years, the coins did not bear a denomination, so they are considered medals or tokens. The porcelain coins below are listed in numerical order by Scheuch numbers (Karl Scheuch wrote the definitive reference book on these pieces). If you’re looking for a particular city, use your browser’s “Find” tool and be aware that cities can appear in multiple locations on this page.
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