The Dorlese Mark (usually referred to as the mark) is the currency of theKingdom of Dorland. Notes are printed in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100; likewise, coins are minted in denominations of 1, 5, 10, and 25 cents (one hundredth of a mark).

Notes are printed on a plastic fiber paper. The ink is blue; progressively higher denominations have progressively darker and more densely printed ink. Thus a 1 mark note has a small amount of light blue ink, where a 100 mark note will have a large amount of dark blue ink. Each denomination may have one of several images, which make up different series - for example, one series of mark notes feature various kings and queens, one has plants and animals native to Dorland, and another features the flags of the various provinces.

Coins are progressively larger (and change color) for progressively higher denominations. The 1 cent coin is small and brass colored; the 5 cent coin is silver, the 10 cent coin is copper, and the 25 cent coin is bronze. Coins typically have an image of the current king or queen on one side (each denomination usually having a slightly different image), and the amount the coin is worth on the reverse.

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