#4453514 – 1990 Brandenburg Gate Cupro-nickel (Sealed)

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Own German Coin Marking the Fall of the Berlin Wall & Germany's Reunification

Now you can add two important pieces of German history to your collection with a single coin.  This copper-nickel coin pictures the famous Brandenburg Gate on one side and the date December 22, 1989, the day the crossing at the Gate was reopened by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and East German Prime Minister Hans Modrow.  It marked the beginning of the end for communism in Germany, with the other side of this coin marking the year the two halves of Germany were reunited – 1990. The Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of Berlin and Germany as a whole.  It survived the horrors of World War II and Communism, and today has become a representation of freedom.  This authentic German coin will make a great addition to your collection and is a true piece of history.  Send for yours right away.
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Now you can add two important pieces of German history to your collection with a single coin.  This copper-nickel coin pictures the famous Brandenburg Gate on one side and the date December 22, 1989, the day the crossing at the Gate was reopened by West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and East German Prime Minister Hans Modrow.  It marked the beginning of the end for communism in Germany, with the other side of this coin marking the year the two halves of Germany were reunited – 1990.

The Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of Berlin and Germany as a whole.  It survived the horrors of World War II and Communism, and today has become a representation of freedom.  This authentic German coin will make a great addition to your collection and is a true piece of history.  Send for yours right away.