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Friedrich Wilhelm Hörnlein
Biographical information
Nationality

Flag of Germany Germany

Born

1873

Died

February 13, 1945, Dresden

Occupational information
Occupation
Affiliations

Muldenhütten Mint

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Friedrich Wilhelm Hörnlein, also known as Fritz Hörnlein, was a German engraver of the German Empire, Weimar Republic, and the Third Reich.

BiographyEdit

Hörnlein was born in 1873 in Germany. Years later, he began studying the arts of design, and eventually replaced Max Barduleck as Münzgraveur of the Muldenhütten Mint in 1911. Hörnlein designed several coins and medals throughout his life, most of which were circulated in his home country. In 1919, most currency designs came exclusively from Berlin, but Hörnlein was sometimes given the opportunity to draft his own designs.

Hörnlein and his family were reported dead on February 13, 1945, after the bombing of Dresden.

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German gold mark
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Miscellaneous Bavarian MintBerlin State MintCoinage Act of 1873Darmstadt MintDresden MintFrankfurt MintHamburg MintHannover MintKarlsruhe State MintMuldenhütten MintReichsbankReichskassenscheinStuttgart State Mint
 
State coin issues
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3 mark AnhaltBadenBavariaBrunswickHamburgHesseLippeLübeckMecklenburg-SchwerinMecklenburg-StrelitzPrussiaReuss Elder LineSaxe-MeiningenSaxe-Weimar-EisenachSaxonySchaumburg-LippeSchwarzburg-SondershausenWürttemberg
5 mark AnhaltBadenBavariaBremenBrunswickHamburgHesseLübeckMecklenburg-SchwerinOldenburgPrussiaSaxe-AltenburgSaxe-Coburg-GothaSaxe-MeiningenSaxe-Weimar-EisenachSaxonySchaumburg-LippeWaldeck-PyrmontWürttemberg
10 mark AnhaltBadenBavariaBremenHamburgHesseLübeckMecklenburg-SchwerinMecklenburg-StrelitzOldenburgPrussiaReuss Younger LineSaxe-Coburg-GothaSaxe-MeiningenSaxonySchwarzburg-RudolstadtWürttemberg
20 mark AnhaltBadenBavariaBremenBrunswickHamburgHesseMecklenburg-SchwerinMecklenburg-StrelitzPrussiaReuss Elder LineReuss Younger LineSaxe-AltenburgSaxe-Coburg-GothaSaxe-MeiningenSaxe-Weimar-EisenachSaxonySchaumburg-LippeSchwarzburg-SondershausenWaldeck-PyrmontWürttemberg
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German Papiermark
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Coins ₰1₰2₰5₰10₰50ℳ½ℳ1ℳ3ℳ200ℳ500
Miscellaneous Hyperinflation in the Weimar RepublicReichsbank
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German Rentenmark
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Miscellaneous MarkPfennigReichsbank

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