The Hamburg Mark refers to two distinct currencies issued in the city of Hamburg and used throughout the rest of Germany until 1875: * The Hamburg Mark Banco, a bank money and an accounting unit, and * The Hamburg Mark Courant, an actual coin. Each mark is divided into 16 schilling, each of 12 pfennig.

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  • The Hamburg Mark refers to two distinct currencies issued in the city of Hamburg and used throughout the rest of Germany until 1875: * The Hamburg Mark Banco, a bank money and an accounting unit, and * The Hamburg Mark Courant, an actual coin. Each mark is divided into 16 schilling, each of 12 pfennig. (en)
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  • The Hamburg Mark refers to two distinct currencies issued in the city of Hamburg and used throughout the rest of Germany until 1875: * The Hamburg Mark Banco, a bank money and an accounting unit, and * The Hamburg Mark Courant, an actual coin. Each mark is divided into 16 schilling, each of 12 pfennig. (en)
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