From: Johan Winge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 12 2010 - 04:25:43 CDT
On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 10:39:33 +0200, Otto Stolz
> The Daler sign resembles closely the GERMAN PENNY SIGN (U+20B0).
Aha! Yes, you are right. According to Wikipedia, the Pfennig sign is
originally a "d" for "denarius". I would presume that the Daler sign is
originally a "d" as in "daler", but in print the signs would probably
never be distinguished. At
there is a Pfennig sign which is identical with my Daler sign.
That leaves the Mark sign. I got a private mail suggesting L B BAR SYMBOL
U+2114, but that's not the right one; here is an example of the Mark sign
contrasting with U+2114:
-- Johan Winge
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