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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.
The one cent Euro coin is worth 0.6452 of an American cent.
The denomination is 2 euros, not 2 dollar-euros. The EU doesn't use dollars. Exchange rates change every day so any answer posted here would be out of date almost immediatel…y. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in this case.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.
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 $2.50 pending fees.…
Anything that's been in circulation is worth face value only. The exchange rate changes daily but has been around €1 = US$ 1.42 in mid-2011. 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.
2 euros are worth about $2.59 Canadian.
I've heard a Rumour that they are worth up to 25 each. I have 10 of them but can't shift them. I have seen alot of them and IMHO I think they are pretty worthless for the …next few decades at least
Assuming that you are asking the exchange rate for a 2 Euro cent coin, it is a bit under 3 US cents.
A bimetallic 2 Euro coin (not to be confused with a copper 2 Euro Cent coin) weighs 8.50 grams.
er... 2 euros?
really they are worth nuthing in the USA. 50 cent EURO coins are still around, and alot of people still use them today.
It's worth about $8 to a collector.
As at 18:00 on 07-Nov-2011, 0.50 EUR is worth about $0.69 USD.
It looks like a 2 euro coin and is worth... Oh wait 2 euros :p