South West African mark

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The South West African mark was a temporary currency issued between 1916 after the withdrawal of the German South West African mark, and prior to the introduction of the South African pound in 1918.

A number of issuers issued notes denominated in South West African marks and pfennig, especially the Swakopmund Bookshop.

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