Money of Germany

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1948-2001: Mark[edit]

East German Mark (Mark der DDR) ISO:DDM[edit]

Banknotes[edit]

Coins[edit]

Deutsche Mark ISO:DEM[edit]

Banknotes[edit]

fourth series (1990/92), modified 1997/98

Coins[edit]

third series (1960/65)
first & second series

Pre-1948[edit]

Mark, Rentenmark and Reichsmark of the German Reich[edit]

Banknotes[edit]

Coins[edit]

Coupon for Prisoners of War during WWII[edit]

"Notgeld" issued by German state authorities[edit]

Bavaria[edit]

Saxony[edit]

Local "Notgeld" banknotes[edit]

Aachen[edit]

Altenburg[edit]

Apenrade[edit]

Apolda[edit]

Bad Kösen[edit]

Berchtesgaden[edit]

Berlin[edit]

Bielefeld[edit]

Bocholt[edit]

Bochum[edit]

Buxtehude[edit]

Danzig[edit]

Ehrenbreitstein[edit]

Flensburg[edit]

Frankfurt/Main[edit]

Goslar[edit]

Grevesmühlen[edit]

Hallenberg[edit]

Hamburg[edit]

Hanover[edit]

Itzehoe[edit]

Keitum (Sylt)[edit]

Kiel[edit]

Köln[edit]

Königsaue[edit]

Leipzig[edit]

Lutter am Barenberge[edit]

Lyck (Masuren)[edit]

Mainz[edit]

Malente[edit]

Meiningen[edit]

München[edit]

Münster[edit]

Münstermaifeld[edit]

Neumünster[edit]

Neustadt in Mecklenburg[edit]

Niederlahnstein[edit]

Nürnberg[edit]

Prien[edit]

Rosenheim[edit]

Rothenburg ob der Tauber[edit]

Saarburg[edit]

Schleswig[edit]

Straubing[edit]

Tingleff (Nordschleswig)[edit]

Trier[edit]

Uetersen[edit]

Uslar[edit]

Wetzlar[edit]

Local "Notgeld" coins[edit]

Hamburg[edit]



19. century[edit]

18. century[edit]

16. century[edit]

14. century[edit]

13. century[edit]