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|Date of introduction||April 1st, 1343|
The Taler (symbol: ₮; ISO code: LUT for Levantine Union Taler), sometimes known as the dollar, the thaler, and officially as the Levantine Taler, is the official currency of the Levantine Union. It is subdivided into 100 pence (singular: penny). At various times, the taler was commodity money or bank notes backed by silver or gold, but it is currently fiat money, backed only by the economy in the areas where it is accepted. The taler is one the world's oldest currency still in use and which has been in continuous use since its inception. It is in use throughout the talerzone.
Market and Currency Authority of the Levantine Union
|Obverse||Reverse||Country or Place Represented||Symbols and Figures|
|350px||350px||Yonderre||Collinebourg Palace  (Obverse)|
Green Knight  (Reverse)
|Deric States||Imperial Palace (Obverse)|
Emperor Conchobar I of the Holy Levantine Empire (Reverse)
|Burgundie||16th and 17th century Southern Deric trade ships (Obverse)|
Marin-Estelle, personification of Burgundie (Reverse)
|350px||Urcea||Julian Palace (Obverse)|
St. Julius I (Reverse)