German Empire, Weimar Republic, 2 Reichsmark 1925

In 1923, a transient currency called rentenmark was introduced to stabilize the reichsmark. A year later, the rentenmark had fulfilled its duty: the German currency was stable and the economy slowly but surly began rolling yet again. The reichsmark was rebound; thus coins could be issued, without immediately loosing their value. Hence from 1924, silver coins worth 5, 3, 2 and 1 reichsmark were minted.