Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of current and historical currency of Germany. The sole currency of Germany has been the Euro since 2002.
The Germans usually called it D-Mark when referring to the currency, and Mark when talking about individual sums. In 1999, the Deutsche Mark was replaced by the Euro; its coins and banknotes remained in circulation, defined in terms of euros, until the introduction of euro notes and coins on 1 January 2002.
In 2002, however, the deutsche mark ceased to be legal tender after the euro, the monetary unit of the European Union, became the country's sole currency.
German currency. At the beginning of World War I, the official currency of Germany was the "Papiermark." One mark equaled 100 pfennig. After the war, the name of the currency changed to "Rentenmark" (1923), "Reichsmark" (1924), "Deutsche Mark" (1948), and the "Euro" in 2002.
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The Deutsche Mark (DM) was the primary currency of Germany until 2002, when it was replaced by the Euro. Germany won't accept Deutsche Marks as valid currency any longer, but you can exchange them into Euros at Bundesbank (the German Central Bank) branches or by mail.
Find the perfect german currency stock photo. Huge collection Currency of Germany prior to the creation of the Euro and the European Union. D6W6K8 (RF) .
With stubborn regularity, Germany's stability-loving citizens are quoted complaining about the euro and how they want their old deutsche mark
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