How Much is a banco centra de reserva del peru worth 1988 bill 100000 is value
$ 15,000 if uncirculated $ 10,000 if circulated
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The Inti is the previous currency of Peru a 1 million intis is equivalent to 1 sol that is equivalent to 0.33 USD
What is the value of a 500 Quinientos Intis in Indian Rupees?"
It is worth about $5 depending on the conversion.
"Central Reserve Bank of Peru. Fifty intis" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase Banco Central de Reserve del Perù. Cincuenta intis. The currency refers to a denomination in honor of the Inca sun god Inti and in use between 1985 and 1991. The pronunciation will be "BAN-ko sen-tral they rey-SER-ba thel pey-ROO seen-KWEN-ta EEN-tees" in Uruguayan Spanish.
It was Peruvian currency. The inti was replaced almost 20 years ago. Your bank note is worthless.
In 1995, Peru demonetized all notes denominated in Intis. The 500 quinientos intis note currently has no face value and is of little value to collectors.
How much the value of cinco mil intis in peso value?
100 intis to uk pound
The Intis is no longer the currency used in Peru. It was rendered obsolete in 1991. There is no current exchange rate for the Intis as it is no longer legal tender. There may be some value among collectors.
The value of 100 Cien Intis is a price ranging from $2 to $10. The exact amount will depend upon the condition of the bills.
what is the transaction cost 5000 cinco mil intis of peru
Where exchange my diez mil intis near in manila
0 It was discontinued in the early 90s because 1,000,000 Intis was equal to 1 of their new currency
How much is 1000 mil intis Peru money worth in U.S. dollars?
The UnMILLION DE INTIS was in usage in Peru till 1991 only. Now you cant exchange or use anywhere in the world.
How much is 5000000 cinco millones de intis in us currency
"Diez Mil Intis" is Spanish for Ten Thousand Intis. The Inti was the currency of Peru between 1985 and 1991. It replaced the "sol" at a rate of 1,000 sol = 1 inti. It in turn was replaced by the nuevo sol ("new sol") at a rate of 1,000,000 intis = 1 nuevo sol. The 10,000 intis bill was produced in 1988 and has a portrait of the Peruvian poet César Vallejo on the front. It is no longer exchangable into dollars (or even into nuevo sol), but the theoretical face value (based on the exchange rate of the nuevo sol as of April 2009) is about a third of a US cent. Its value to a collector would depend on its condition.
i belave its 50000