Atlantic Mark

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The Atlantic Mark (sign: mrk; ISO Code: ATM) is the official currency of Atlantica introduced on 2 August 1614 to replace the old danish currency, making it one of the oldest currencies in the world still in use. After the Atlantic Union, the Atlantic Mark was produced at three mints around the country; The Bretanean Mint in Stoneton, The Nebend Mint in Nieder Frankfurt and The Royal Mint in Cassau. Today although The Royal Mint is maintained as offices, all marks are produced at The Atlantic Mint in Peton. One Mark is divided into 100 cents and comes currently in 13 denominations, ranging from 5 cent to 500 Mark;

Denomination Sort Face Motif First Introduced
5 cent Coin Christian VI Atlantic Patridge January 1706
10 cent Coin Christian VI Atlantic Ox January 1789
25 cent Coin Christian VI Saar Lynx January 1885
50 cent Coin Christian VI Frogfisher January 1921
1 Mark Coin Christian VI Atlantic Germanic Shield January 1614
2 Mark Coin Christian VI Atlantic British Shield January 1822
5 Mark Coin Christian VI Atlantic Romantic Shield January 1978
10 Mark Note Émile Bastien Bovary Sketch of the Bovary Dove January 1885
20 Mark Note Johan Liegaard Scene from The Blue Sea March 1921
50 Mark Note Antonio Milá Sketch for The Solitude of Atlas January 1885
100 Mark Note Heine Hildegaard A broken shackle January 1948
200 Mark Note Willam Hope Patent AT-12,613-MECH-4 vertical propelling engine January 2005
500 Mark Note Frederik DePal DePal's ship Torden January 1985

The current exchange rates of the Atlantic Mark is:

  • GBP : 0.27 Pound per Mark
  • USD : 0.47 Dollar per Mark
  • EUR : 0.34 Euro per Mark
  • DKK : 2.56 Kroner per Mark
  • JPY : 46.81 Yen per Mark