25 Euro Federal Republic of Germany (1990 - ) Silver

25 Euro    (about   Euro)
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2015

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2015, Germany. Silver 25 Euro “German Reunification” Coin. UNC-



Mint Year: 2015 Reference: KM-345. Mint Place: Stuttgart (F). Denomination: 25 Euro – German Reunification Condition: Minor bag-marks, otherwise a nice proof-like UNCirculated! Material: Silver (.999) Diameter: 32mm Weight: 18.2gm

German reunification (German: Deutsche Wiedervereinigung) was the process in 1990 in which the German Democratic Republic (GDR) became part of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) to form the reunited nation of Germany.


The end of the unification process is officially referred to as German unity (German: Deutsche Einheit), celebrated each year on 3 October as German Unity Day (German: Tag der deutschen Einheit). Berlin was reunited into a single city, and again became the capital of united Germany.


The East German government started to falter in May 1989, when the removal of Hungary’s border fence with Austria opened a hole in the Iron Curtain. The border was still closely guarded, but the Pan-European Picnic and the indecisive reaction of the rulers of the Eastern Bloc set in motion an irreversible peaceful movement. It allowed an exodus of thousands of East Germans fleeing to West Germany via Hungary. The Peaceful Revolution, a series of protests by East Germans, led to the GDR’s first free elections on 18 March 1990, and to the negotiations between the GDR and FRG that culminated in a Unification Treaty. Other negotiations between the GDR and FRG and the four occupying powers produced the so-called “Two Plus Four Treaty” (Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany) granting full sovereignty to a unified German state, whose two parts were previously bound by a number of limitations stemming from their post-World War II status as occupied regions.


The 1945 Potsdam Agreement had specified that a full peace treaty concluding World War II, including the exact delimitation of Germany’s postwar boundaries, required to be “accepted by the Government of Germany when a government adequate for the purpose is established.” The Federal Republic had always maintained that no such government could be said to have been established until East and West Germany had been united within a free democratic state; but in 1990 a range of opinions continued to be maintained over whether a unified West Germany, East Germany, and Berlin could be said to represent “Germany as a whole” for this purpose. The key question was whether a Germany that remained bounded to the east by the Oder–Neisse line (the international border with Poland) could act as a “united Germany” in signing the peace treaty without qualification. Under the “Two Plus Four Treaty” both the Federal Republic and the Democratic Republic committed themselves and their unified continuation to the principle that their joint pre-1990 boundaries constituted the entire territory that could be claimed by a Government of Germany, and hence that there were no further lands outside those boundaries that were parts of Germany as a whole.


The post-1990 united Germany is not a successor state, but an enlarged continuation of the former West Germany. The enlarged Federal Republic of Germany retained the West German seats in international organizations including the European Economic Community (later the European Union), NATO, and the United Nations. Memberships in the Warsaw Pact and other international organizations to which East Germany belonged simply ceased to exist because East Germany ceased to exist.


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CoinWorldTV 2015, Germany. Beautiful Silver 25 Euro "German Reunification" Coin. UNC- Mint Year: 2015 Reference: KM-345. Mint Place: Stuttgart (F) . Denomination: 25 Euro - German Reunification Condition: Minor bag-marks, otherwise a nice proof-like UNCirculated! Material: Silver (. ...

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2015,KM-345, Schön-330 Country Germany - Federal Republic (Germany) Year 2015 Value 25 Euro Metal Silver (.999) Weight 18 g Diameter 32.5 mm Commemorative issue 25 years of German reunification Obverse The obverse shows an eagle, the word "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY", nominal value and value ...

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DEUTSCHLAND Bundesrepublik Deutschland Fehlprägungen 1 Euro-Cent o. J. (2002-). Mehrfache Zweifachprägung. 2.29 g. Sehr selten. FDC.

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FRANKREICH Königreich 5. Republik, 1959-. 10 Euro-Cent 1999. Erstprägung mit feinem Riffelrand. Offiziell in der Münzstätte entwertet. 4.08 g. Sehr selten. FDC.

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1945,Österreich. Zweite Republik nach 1945. Euro Gedenkmünzen. 20 Euro (16x), 10 Euro (26x), 5 Euro Silber (29x) und 5 Euro (5x). 76 Stück. Teilweise mit Originaletuis. Stempelglanz / Polierte Platte
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