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Coal
General information
Material type

rock

Color

black

Composition

carbon

Numismatic information
Used for

Notgeld coins

Used by

Flag of Germany (3-2 aspect ratio) Weimar Republic

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Coal is a black sedimentary rock composed mainly of carbon. During the Weimar Republic's hyperinflation from 1921 to 1923, coal and compressed coal dust were used in the form of Notgeld. Most of these, however, are no longer in existence, as they were burned for fuel subsequently.

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