Germany, 2 Mark Max Planck Commemorative Very Fine

Between 1957 and 1971 the Federal Republic of Germany issued a 2 Deutschmark coin commemorating Max Planck for his many contributions to theoretical physics and as the originator of quantum physics. Planck died in 1947 after an illustrious academic career that spanned half a century. Though circulated, these coins are all in very good condition.
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