How much is a 1000 Ezer Pengo 1945 Budapest paper bill worth in U S currency?
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I assume we are talking about money. In Hungary, they use a currency called the "forint". Coins available: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200. Paper money denominations (notes) available: 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000, and 20,000 forints.
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Rome never used 1000 dollar bills for currency, seeing as how the Dollar is a particularly US denomination (as well as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and a few others). Italy, where Rome is, uses the EURO. ______________________________ Rome, Italy has never used any "dollar" bills as currency; the euro is the official Italian currency. Bills of $1,000 US Dollar denominations are no longer in circulation; the largest US banknote is $100. Distribution of high-denomination bills… Read More
You can exchange Budapest currency for US currency at most banks that exchange foreign currency. You can also make this exchange at places like currency kiosks at international airports.
It is a 5000 Forint Hungarian banknote.
The French philosopher Voltaire is credited with the quote; "Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value ---- zero."
About 3 cents. 100 centavos = 1 lempira. 1 US dollar currently trades for about 18 lempira.
They are worth a couple bucks if heavily circulated. Perfect examples can be worth closer to $50.
The Netherlands switched to euros in 2002 so your bill can no longer be spent. However a large bank that deals with European currency may (emphasize MAY) be able to convert it for you. A site such as www.xe.com can tell you the conversion factors for obsolete currency.
€5 Other denominations are 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 euros. Coins are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, as well as €1 and €2.
Your 1 Million Drachma Greek inflationary note has very little value -- they were printed like wallpaper -- perhaps a dollar from an interested buyer.
The currency of a banknote depends on the country that issued it. For example, US banknotes are in US Dollars. British banknotes are Pound Sterling. Japan is Yen. The "denomination" is the multiple of the currency used on the note - 20 Dollars, for example.
The city of Naples in Italy uses the Euro.
The Naples Banknote Company do not produce exchangeable currency, they produce commemorative banknotes with NO VALUE other than to collectors.
I can think of 2 Martha Washington on the silver certificate and Susan B Anthony..
Countries that use the peso today; Argentine, Chile, Columbia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Philippines and Uruguay. Countries that used to have a currency called Peso, but don't any longer; Bolivia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela.
Current issue Turkish banknotes have the currency as Yeni Turk Lirasi, which means "New Turkish Lira". This distinguishes modern, devalued notes from the pre-2005 high-value Turk Lirasi (Turkish Lira).
"Board of Commissioners of Currency Malaya and British Borneo" is what was printed across all Malaya and British Borneo banknotes from 1953 to 1967.
What is current currency of yugoslaviacan you show you narodna bankajugoslaijebankscurrency of dinar fifty thousands note what is lobo printed on 50000 notedinar of Yugoslavia?
50000 Note Dinar (YUM) = 50000 Novi Dinar (YUM). Refer to www.coinmill.com for values in different currencies.