We are pleased to offer this 1955 Saarland 100 Franken coin.
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The compass represented the intelligentsia, who were supposed to be leading the workers (hammer) and farmers (grain). After the reunification of Germany, the East German coins were withdrawn from circulation and melted.
The Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia in 1938, incorporating part of it into Germany.
In the western portion of what remained they created a puppet state called the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
Saar is an important center for coal mining and heavy industry located in Germany along the French border.
Following World War II France occupied the region and tried to establish Saarland as a separate nation in an effort to cripple Germany's industrial base.
France assumed control of its foreign affairs and even issued coins for Saarland.
Shortly after the coins were issued Saarland voted to reunite with Germany.
The coins featured an ear of grain and a cogwheel, which symbolized a communist "Workers' and Farmers' state". In 1950 an aluminum-bronze 50 Pfennig was also minted.
It pictured smoky factories spewing out pollution and an old plow.