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| Dukaten |
|Official users||25px Duchy of Pontchartrain-Maurepas|
|Pegged to||50 US cents|
|Nickname||Duke, Big D, Duchies, Ducks|
|Coins||1 ₰, 2 ₰, 5 ₰, 10 ₰, 25 ₰, 1/2 Đ, 1 Đ, 2 Đ|
|Banknotes||5 Đ, 10 Đ, 25 Đ, 50 Đ, 100 Đ, 2 1/2 Đ (rarely)|
|Central bank||Bank of Pontunia (Gulden Puntunan)|
|Printer||Bank of Pontunia (Gulden Puntunan)|
|Mint||Bank of Pontunia (Gulden Puntunan)|
The Pontunian Dukaten is the currency unit of Pontunia. The currency was created by the Minister of Finance of Pontunia, Jacob Lewis. The plural form is Dukathy and one Dukaten is subdivided into 100 pfennigs.
Dukaten is inspired by the Ducats of Hungary from 1915. The pfennig was the lesser denomination of the German states until 2002.
Pontunian coinage have not been made in physical form, but are intended to be made of similar material to US currency. The 1-5 ₰ will have the Coat of Arms of Pontunia as the obverse and the denomination on the reverse. The remaining denominations will have the Duke on the obverse and the denomination on the reverse.
Pontunia’s Banknotes are mostly Promissory notes, but have the ability to purchase commodities on their own. They are usually printed, then laminated. They feature many symbols related to Pontunia.
The Dukaten is officially backed by silver, at a rate of 10 Đ= 0.69 Troy Ounces.
|2021||$ 2||£ 1.46||€ 1.65||¥ 209.67||$ 55.99||NT $2.80||₽ 151.72||₹ 146.15||$ 0.13||0.069||.6|
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