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How much is stick man 2 euro coin worth?
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Roughly, €1 = $1.57. See www.xe.com for exchange rates. However U.S. banks will pay far less to exchange coins vs. exchanging bills, if they will do it at all. Your …best bet would be to find someone who is travelling to the EU and sell them the coins for use when they arrive.
i have researched that it is worth 60p in the UK but hoping to find out more information about it and hoping to make it worth more before exchanging :) Bye. 50 Euro …cents is worth about 39 pence in UK currency
The one cent Euro coin is worth 0.6452 of an American cent.
nothing, there are not accepted as currency here... if you take them into a bank that offers foreign exchange, they will exchange them for about $2.50 pending fees.…
A bimetallic 2 Euro coin (not to be confused with a copper 2 Euro Cent coin) weighs 8.50 grams.
2 euros are worth about $2.59 Canadian.
Assuming that you are asking the exchange rate for a 2 Euro cent coin, it is a bit under 3 US cents.
less than 3 cents in the U.S.
worth in england 10 p
The rate changes daily but has been around €1 = US$ 1.35 at the end of 2008 Check a site such as www.xe.com for accurate daily figures.
It's an extremely common circulation coin in the EU worth face value only - about 15 US cents as of 10/2009.
Two Shillings and Sixpence, or a Halfcrown, has been a part of the British currency for hundreds of years. I will assume that you mean a more recent year prior to the currency… becoming redundant. Two Shillings and Sixpence GBP in 1966 had the purchasing power of about £1.56 GBP today. Two Shillings and Sixpence GBP in 1966 had the purchasing power of about €0.80 EUR today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take no credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
As at 18:00 on 07-Nov-2011, 0.50 EUR is worth about $0.69 USD.
I have one too, and I saw a 10 cent euro was $1.35
Such a coin does not exist. The Britain was granted exemption from moving to the Euro currency. You have either an EU 2 ECU coin or a British Two Pound coin.
It would depend on the coins date. MoreThere's no such coin as a "euro dollar". Many countries use dollars but the name for EU coins and bills is simply euros. Most ci…rculating €1 coins are only worth face value, so if you found it in change it's unlikely to have any extra worth.