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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.
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.
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'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.
It is worth 2 Euro. You would need to get the value or your own currency against the Euro to see what it is worth in your currency. It would not be very much.
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