On January 1, 2001 a new currency, the Euro, was introduced as a common currency in most of the member countries of the European Union (EU).
At the same time the national currencies, such as the German Mark (DM) ceased to be legal tender and after a very short period could not be used to pay for goods and services any more.
However, if you should still have some old German Marks, do not despair! As a special service to my clients I am still able to accept German Marks as payment, or in the unlikely event you cannot find anything to buy from me, change them in US-dollars or Euros.
Send email for questions