How much is 10000 peso bill with Cardenas worth Probably from 1970 can it still be used today?
These bills are retired, try taking them to an exchange bank to convert it to a modern denomination.
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Answer . In 1944, during World War II, the Empire of Japan occupied the Philippine archipelago with a regime now termed the Second Philippine Republic. This government issued a paper-only fiat currency which was given the same name as the previous currency - the peso. As apparently happens with m…uch fiat currency, the Japanese peso experienced hyperinflation - unfortunate both for the folks who had to use it and for modern discoverers of the bills. (According to the Wikipedia article from which most of this is ripped off - "Japanese government-issued Philippine fiat peso" - the pesos became so worthless they were termed "Mickey Mouse money."). As far as further Web research reveals, individual bills might be worth about one dollar each to collectors, regardless of printed value, which goes to show just how crazy the inflation was. But don't just take this page's word for it - get them appraised! (MORE)
The Japanese government does not use a peso as their monetary base.Mexico uses a peso. Japan uses the yen. The Japanese yen is worthabout one penny in United States dollars.
More information is needed. What country, what condition, what specific denominations? Please post a new question with that information to help identify your bills. Thanks!
Many countries use (or used) the peso as their currency. Please post a new question with the country of origin.
A 1936 Philippines one-peso treasury certificate is common, as over20 million were printed, and it does not have extraordinary value.The 1941 bills are also common, but if a serial number on a billbegins with a star, it indicates a rare bill with a substantialworth set by the current market value.
1 Mexican pesos is equal to 0.0932836 U.S. dollar [1 MXN = 0.0932836 USD]. AND 1 U.S. dollar is equal to 10.72 Mexican pesos [1 USD = 10.7200 MXN]. So if you do the math, 10,000 pesos is about $932.83 USD. More currency conversions: http://www.xe.com/ucc/
One peso is about 0.08 cents. No one knows for sure, with the economy and all, but still, that's the closest thing to what it is or will be.
7.65400 U.S. dollars, Next time just type in "100 Mexican Pesos to US dollars" on google and it will convert it to US dollars based on the current currency rate.
The 686 was introduced in 1980. IN a 2004 gn value book, the values run. poor fair good VG Exc NIB. 100 150 200 250 300 375. present values will be a bit higher, but not much.
It's worth under $5.00 US. The Mexican peso was revalued in 1993 so anything printed before that year is worth less than 1,000 times its value. Read this article: http://ecclesiacollective.org/borderland/50000-pesos-for-jorge
Five Japanese pesos banknote or any japanese invasion currency from the philippines are worth about 1 US $
Prices start at $30,000 for poor condition bills and could go up to $120000 or more if in really good condition.
1000 pesos is about 100 dollars or it can sometimes be a little over 100 depending at what rate they're trading the dollar for at Mexico.
i have 2 pesos (1949) bill president Macapagal and Governor Central Bank Castillo and 1 peso coin (1907).
hey i have that same one. i am tryin to figure out how much it is
Several countries all use the peso as their currency unit, but their money isn't directly interchangeable*. After you determine what country you're interested in, visit a site such as www.xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest conversion factors. Exchange rates change every day so any answer poste…d here would be out of date within 24 hours. (*) just like US, Australian, Canadian, and Hong Kong dollars - they're all named the same but have very different values. (MORE)
A yearly income of 10,000 pounds in the 1800's would be equal in 2009 average yearly earnings value to Â£ 9.27 million pounds a year, or $14 million USD. An incredible fortune even by today's standards.
Are paper japan peso money dated 1949 worth anything to collectors. I have a 5 and a 1 bill? What is the exchange in us dollars.
No, distribution of all high denomination dollar bills was haltedin 1969 in an effort to thwart their use in organized crime. Production of high-denomination ($500 and above) US bills ended in1945 due to low demand. The last series was dated 1934 regardlessof the year they were actually printed.
As of March 1, 2011, 100 Pesos equals $8.27 USD. However, in 1992 Mexico had a major currency reform. So, if your coin was made prior to 1992 it is essentially worthless.
$1500 pesos converts to $15.oo in Us currency. I think you can go to a bank to have it changed over, if not ask the where you can get it converted. If you don't have a bank account just call any bank and they can give you an answer on where to go.
10 000 South African rands = 1 326.26 U.S. dollars In google, you can enter this as a search string and get this and other currency converted: 10000 rand in usd Just exchange the sum and currency with whatever you need.
More information is needed. At least a half dozen countries use pesos but they have different exchange rates versus the US dollar. In any case exchange rates change every day so any answer posted here would be out of date almost immediately. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use th…e Internet", that's the best approach in this case. You can check a site such as www.xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest conversion factors. (MORE)
Can you please tell me how much is 10000 diez mil pesos bolivianos in usa dollars from 1984? But have expired
The English Bill of Rights is still used today, you canget a copy of the constitution and read the ten amendments betterknow as the English Bill of Rights.
One Mexican Peso is currently worth US$0.077957 -- a little less than 8 cents. There is an online currency calculator here : http://www.x-rates.com/calculator.html Dan Moore The Working Man's Rare Coins http://www.workingmancoins.com
In mint uncirculated condition it would be worth $85. In very good used condition, $12.50. In anything worse, it would have no value.
If it is a current issue Mexican note, then it's worth $157. An old pre-1989 2000 Peso note is worth 60Â¢ - $4 in perfect condition to a collector.
The 2002 10,000 Iraqi Dinar note in mint uncirculated condition is worth $7 to a collector. In normal used condition it is worthless.
A perfect uncirculated 1991 Mexican 10,000 Peso note is worth $6. In Very Good condition, this value drops to $1.25. Anything below that quality is worthless.
A perfect uncirculated 1987 Mexican 50,000 Peso note is worth $60. A Very Good condition is worth $7.50.
Using the Consumer Price Index, $10,000 in 1977 would be worth $35,522 in 2010 money.
In mint perfect uncirculated condition, a 1987 Mexican 20,000 Peso note would be worth $17.50 to a collector. In Very Good condition, with light folds, it would be worth $3.50. Anything worse than that would have no value.
I have old 10000 peso bill The man who gave it to me said it's 10 bucks it says this El Banco De Mexico pagara Diez mil pesos A lavista al portador Cardenas Plz help how much is this worth?
In fact it is valued for less than 10 dollars, as it is no longer legal tender. It may have some numismatic value, though.
How much is 1000000 1970 turk lirasi u.s dollars worth the 1970 bill is the old currency and no longer legal tender. It is worth around 66 cents
Any peso dated before 1993 is now worth nothing, i have a bunch of 1000 pesos notes from 1983 and when i went to exchange it, i was told that its worth nothing, that was a bummer.
Look it up on Coinmill.com or put in "USD to Peso" in google search. Right now it's approximately $3.90
1,000 Colombian pesos are currently worth $0.42 in U.S. dollars.However, currency rates change from day to day.
There are about 11 pesos to a dollar. So your 5 peso coin is about 45 cents.
Several countries use pesos as their basic currency and each onehas a different exchange rate versus the US dollar. In addition,exchange rates change every day so any specific answer posted herebecomes out of date almost immediately. While it's not Answers.com policy to say "use the Internet", that…'sthe best approach in this case. Determine which country's pesos youwant to compare to USD, then check a site such as www . xe.com,CNNMoney, etc. for the latest conversion factors. (MORE)
Currency values change daily, and the last quoted rate is shown at 0.02312 USD per Philippine peso (PHP). The inverse rate is 43.25 PHP per USD, so your amount is 0.1156 USD . Quotes shown are valid as of Jan. 22, 2012. Financial and business pages of major newspapers typically feature the major cu…rrency rates in the weekday editions, with quotes stated from the previous business day. You can also obtain updated information from the Central Bank of the Philippines, and there are a number of free (no-charge) websites featuring easy-to-use currency converter modules. One website features a newsletter entitled Philippine Peso News. (MORE)
If it's a Mexican "Nuevo" Peso. On 3/11/2012 it's worth $80.87. $1.00 US dollar is worth $12.6835 pesos. If it's one of the OLD Peso currency, it has no monetary value. May have some collection value.
Currently: 20 Philippine Pesos are worth .47 US dollars. 20 Argentine Pesos are worth 4.52 US dollars. 20 Chilean Pesos are worth .04 US dollars 20 Colombian Pesos are worth .01 US dollars 20 Cuban Pesos are worth .75 US dollars. 20 Dominican Pesos are worth .51 US dollars 20 Mexican Pesos are wort…h 1.51 US dollars (MORE)
That depends on what the 10,000 units are. Assuming the amount is 10,000 US Dollars, it would have the same buying power as $79,450 in 2013. Similarly, $10,000 today would have the same buying power as $1,250 in 1959.
The Mexican Peso was revalued in 1993, so there is a good chance that since the money is no longer circulated that the value has decreased. I recommend checking with your local bank or currency exchange to properly gauge the value of the currency you have.
You have to know what country issued the coin or bill, and what itsdate is. To explain, over half a dozen countries have currencycalled the peso but they have different conversion rates versus theUS dollar. In addition many of them have revalued their pesos(sometimes more than once) so you need to k…now what the exchangerate was at the time the currency was issued. For example, Mexicanpesos issued before 1993 are worth only one one-thousandth (1/1000)of current pesos! While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet",that's the best approach in this case to get a specific answer.xe.com is one of the better sites for finding exchange values atdifferent dates. (MORE)
There is no such thing. Spain used Pesetas, not Pesos in 1965. 1000Pesetas from 1965 would not even be worth much today (
There are more than a few countries that have a "PESO" in their monetary systems, both past and present. The country of origin would have to be known to answer this accurately and/or succinctly.
From $0 to take a guess. It would depend on where it was invested.If it were the stock market then what stock? Not enough informationto give any type of answer.
Exchange rates vary from day to day, but as of 2/28/18, 5 Mexicanpesos would equal about 27 US cents.