As usual, the fakers didn't even manage to get their grammar right. In proper German, it would have to be Kantinengeld.
prehaps is it dutch, I don't know ?
Apart from that, there simply was no SS in Holland in 1939.
Another point to ponder on top of all that: These tokens frequently turn up on dealers' sites and in online auctions. (A Google image search will yield numerous examples of them.) They are always of the same type, with a 50 Reichspfennig denomination and a 1939 date. If they actually existed, one would expect to find examples with other denominations and from other years of issue.
Honestly, forget it.
Last edited by HPL2008; 10-18-2014 at 03:04 PM.
Not to beat a year old dead horse here, but a quick perusal on eBay shows many sold for $50, and one (especially minty? ;-) sold for $360. Yes folks, you read it here! One fake SS coin, $360!!!
German SS Kantinegeld 1939 Xscarce Copper WW2 Nazi Era Germany Kantinengeld Coin | eBay
yeah, that screams fake