Nedlandic francmark

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Nedlandic francmark
1000 francmarks obv.png
1000 francmarks
Official users Nedland
Symbol₣M
CodeABT
PluralFrancmarks
Sub-unitMoles
Coins1m, 2m, 5m, 10m, 25m, 50m, 100m, 150m
Banknotes₣M1, ₣M10, ₣M25, ₣M50, ₣M100, ₣M1000
Central bankNedBank
PrinterAbelden PrintWorks

The Nedlandic francmark, simply known as the francmark (code: NDF), is the official currency of the Khanate of Nedlanda. The standard francmark is divided into 150 moles.

Etymology

The word "francmark" comes from the combination of the French franc and the German Deutschmark.

Banknotes

The

2015 Series
Image Value Main Colour Description
Obverse Color Subject Issue
1 Francmark ? ? ?
10 Francmarks ? ? ? ? ?
25 Francmarks ? ? ? ? >
50 Francmarks 50 francmarks obv.png Green Patrick Renwick ? ?
100 Francmarks ? ? ? ? ?
All banknotes are printed by the Abelden PrintWorks GmbH, subsidiary of Imperial Central Bank in Abelden.

Value

The value of a francmark is currently equal to USD$0.001