Information about mint: Staatliche Münze Berlin

Staatliche Münze Berlin (1750 - present)

The Staatliche Münze Berlin (SMB) is a European coin mint located in the city of Berlin.

All coins from the SMB contain an "A" mark for tracking purposes. The SMB has been in operation since 1750 during the era of Frederic II of Prussia.

Coins struck by: Staatliche Münze Berlin (15)
CountryYearNameMintageMint Mark
New Guinea, German 1894 Five Marks 1894 19,044 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 Two Marks 1894 13,404 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 One Mark 1894 33,331 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 Half Mark 1894 16,236 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 Ten Pfennigs 1894 23,930 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 Two Pfennigs 1894 16,768 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1894 One Pfennig 1894 32,785 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1895 Twenty Marks 1895 1,500 Letter A
New Guinea, German 1895 Ten Marks 1895 2,000 Letter A
Bulgaria 1940 Fifty Leva 1940 12,340,000 Letter A
Bulgaria 1940 Twenty Leva 1940 6,650,000 Letter A
Bulgaria 1941 Two Leva 1941 15,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1941 One Lev 1941 10,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1943 Fifty Leva 1943 15,000,000 Letter A
Bulgaria 1943 Two Leva 1943 35,000,000 No mint mark
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Staatliche Münze Berlin: Details
From Year1750
CountryGermany
LocationBerlin
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Mint Marks used by: Staatliche Münze Berlin
Letter A

Letter A on the reverse.

No mint mark