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German Intern "1 Pennie" Token Used in S.A. and Southern Rhodesia from 1940 - Very Scarce and Rare. Hot item!
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German Intern "1 Pennie" Token Used in S.A. and Southern Rhodesia from 1940 - Very Scarce and Rare.

R682.88

German Intern "1 Pennie" Token Used in S.A. and Southern Rhodesia from 1940 - A very Scarce and Rare Piece.

These "Een Pennie" tokens, manufactured out of a Celleloid/fibre type of material were for for use by the German Interns in the Union of South Africa and Southern Rhodesia during the Second World War.

This is an extremely rare piece that is essential for serious token and militaria collectors to have in their collection.


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Q:
You mention that this was used also in Southern Rhodesia. Do you have any
evidence of this that you could share ? As far as is known these were used only
in our Internment Camps. Kind regards, Allyn Jacobs - Asked by jkpt19 (157 Rating score between 100 and 499)
20 Sep 20:11 
 
A:
Hi Allyn,

Thank you for your question.

There are references in books to internment camps is various books.

We know that there was a German internment camp in Salisbury.

A coin and token expert, who died very recently, identified this token and informed us that it was definitely used in Southern Rhodesia.

Regards,

Herman.
UPDATED: 21 Sep 07:46
Hi Allyn,

Thank you for your question.

There are references in books to internment camps in Southern Rhodesia is various books.

We know that there was a German internment camp in Salisbury.

A coin and token expert, who died very recently, identified this token and informed us that it was definitely used in Southern Rhodesia.

Regards,

Herman.
21 Sep 07:44 
 
 

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