East German mark

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Mark of the German Democratic Republic
Mark der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik  (German)
1 Mark coin 1 Mark banknote with an adhesive stamp on a 1 Rentenmark banknote, issued in 1948
1 Mark coin
1 Mark banknote with an adhesive stamp on a 1 Rentenmark banknote, issued in 1948
ISO 4217 Code DDM
User(s)
Pegged with Deutsche Mark = (1 DM – 1 M)[1]
Subunit
1/100 Pfennig
Symbol M
Pfennig pf
Nickname alu-chips
Plural Mark
Pfennig Pfennig
Coins
Freq. used 1 pf, 5 pf, 10 pf, 20 pf, 50 pf, 1 M, 2 M, 5 M
Rarely used 10 M, 20 M
Banknotes 5 M, 10 M, 20 M, 50 M, 100 M
Central bank Staatsbank der DDR
This infobox shows the latest status before this currency was rendered obsolete.
^ the East German Mark was officially a nonconvertible domestic currency.

The East German mark was the official currency of East Germany from 1948 until 1990 when it was replaced by the Deutsche Mark.

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