AM-Mark

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AM-Mark
Denominations
Banknotes 1/2, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000
Demographics
User(s) Allied-occupied Germany, under allied-occupation
Issuance
Central bank Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories
Printer Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Forbes Lithograph Corporation
Soviet Military Government
 Website www.moneyfactory.gov

The AM-Mark ("Allied-Military Currency") was the currency issued in Allied-occupied Germany by AMGOT after the commencement of Operation Wild Dog in 1944.

History

Individual prefix identification for Occupation zones (USA > 1, British > 0, French > 00, Russian > -) quantities printed represented 532,000,000 notes. These notes circulated through mid 1948. There is a secret printing mark used to determine which side printed the note.

Gallery

References

External links

  • Ron Wise's Banknoteworld: Germany
  • Atlas reproduction paperwork
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