Bremische Müntze

Rthl. Groten Schwaren
1 Ducat [3.5 / 3.45 g Au] = 192 Groten
1 Species Thaler = 96 Groten
1 Reichsthaler / Rthl., Thl. = 2 Bremische Marck
= 72 Groten
1 Marck Bremisch = 36 Groten
1 Kopffstück = 12 Groten
1 Grot = 5 Schwaren
1 Schwar

Coins of Bremen's valuta were issued in Quedlinburg, Oldenburg-Altenburg, Westfalen and the connected territories.

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Hamburgische Müntze

Rthl. M. ß. dl.
M. ß. dl.
1 Ducat [3.5 / 3.45 g Au] = 2 Reichsthaler, 2 Marck
1 Pfund Flämmisch = 20 Schillinge Flämmisch
= 240 Groten Flämmisch
= 2 Reichsthaler, 1½ Marck
1 "gemüntzter" or Species-Thaler  = 1 Reichsthaler, 1 Marck
1 Reichsthaler / Thl. or Rthl. = 3 Marck
= 8 Schillinge Flämmisch
= 48 Schillinge Lübisch
1 Marck Lübisch / M. = 16 Schillinge Lübisch
1 Schilling Flämmisch = 6 Schillinge Lübisch
= 12 Grooten Flämmisch
1 Schilling Lübisch / ß. = 2 Groten Flämmisch
= 12 Pfennige
1 Grot Flämmisch or "Seßling" = 6 Pfennige
1 Pfennig Lübisch / dl.

The Marck Lübisch was shared by Hamburg and Lübeck. Sums were either given in Thaler, Marck, Schillinge and Pfennige or in the latter three coins. The "Pfund Flämmisch" (German for "pond Vlaems") served as an international currency of accounting.

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Exchange rate: Reichsthaler = Reichsthaler

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