Whats the us dollar value of 500 korun ceskych?
1 American dollar = 15.52 korun ceskych.
It means 500 korun ceskych = 32.22 usd.
It means 500 korun ceskych = 32.22 usd.
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100 (cien) intis was worth $2.98 Canadian Dollars in 1987 so that makes 500 intis 14.9 Canadian Dollars. I myself have a 500 intis note from 1987. Though it is probably not the same value anymore as in 1987 because the inti is now replaced by the sol so the exact value right now is unknown.
You would need to have your bill inspected by a dealer or appraiserwho is familiar with early US paper money. If authentic and inexcellent condition it would be worth a significant amount ofmoney. However all forms of 1864 federally-issued $500 bills areextremely rare so the likelihood of having a g…enuine one is low. ( Full Answer )
Answer . If the coins are dated 1993 or later, 500 pesos would be worth about $50 at current exchange rates. If the coins are dated before 1993, they are so-called "old pesos" worth 1/1000 of current pesos, so they would be worth all of a nickel.
As of 04/2013: 1934: $625.-$1300. circulated, $1500+ uncirculated. 1934-A: $610.-$1200. circulated, $1400+ uncirculated. 1934-B, 1934-C: None released to circulation.
"A" is the only series letter on 1934 $500 bills printed forcirculation. You're probably referring to the Federal ReserveDistrict letter. The series letter, if any, on US bills is next tothe date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1934 US 500 dollarbill?" for more information.
The U.S. dollar value of 200 Czech Koruna is $9.40. This is basedon the conversion rate of 0.047010 U.S. dollars per Czech Koruna.
Yes, but you'd have to buy it from a dealer or collector. The last $500 bills were printed in the 1940s, and the Federal Reserve System stopped supplying them to banks in 1969..
50 cents, contains no silver, and is one of the most common half dollars in circulation.
25 cents! This question is a bit surprising - there are plenty of state quarters in circulation so there's nothing special about them. In fact, you should have no difficulty finding any date back to 1965 when the first clad quarters were introduced.
500.00 GBP = 795.04 USD Exchange rate: 1.590078 Rate valid as of: 18/4/2012 check rate daily with a currency converter as rates vary. Ray Dawson. .
Yes. The U.S. printed $500 bills from 1862 to 1945, although the last of them were all part of a so-called "series" that were all dated 1934 regardless of the actual printing year. In 1969 President Richard Nixon declared that banks no longer had to stock or distribute bills larger than $100. The… aim was to make it more difficult for organized crime to make illegal cash transactions by forcing the use of many small bills instead of a few large ones. Within a few years, most high-denomination bills had disappeared from circulation. Technically they're still legal tender, but anything you might find today would almost certainly be worth more than $500 to a collector. ( Full Answer )
Right now the United Kingdom Pound (GBP) is worth $1.96 US. Corrections and updates The UK doesn't use dollars and never has. They use pounds sterling and have done so for about a millennium. The above rate was correct at the time the question was answered, but exchange rates change almost every d…ay so any conversion factor posted here would be out of date within 24 hours. For the latest rates you can check sites such as www.xe.com or CNNMoney. ( Full Answer )
I was at a garage sale and bought a 500 quinientos pesos for a dollar(USD). I was interested to see what it was.. The only dealer I have seen on the internet is selling them at offer.com for a also. The shipping was 2 USD.. Probably more for a momento.
The last series year for $500 bills was 1934. If that's what you have current retail is $600 - $1000 depending on how worn the bill is.
In 1995, Peru demonetized all notes denominated in Intis. The 500quinientos intis note currently has no face value and is of littlevalue to collectors.
The didn't print any bills dated 1940. The last $500 bills were in the 1934 series. Please check again and post a new question.
hey guys 500 yen equals $5.29 cents in the U.S, not as much as i thought it would be but that's the answer. you guys out
Please check again and post a new, separate question. The US didn'tprint any bills dated 1956, and the last $500 bills were dated1934.
The vast majority of "Confederate" bills are actually replicas madefor sale in gift shops at Civil War sites, or for inclusion insouvenir sets. Starting during the 1970s all replica bills were required by law tohave the word COPY on them, but millions were printed before thattime. Most were printed… on artificially aged paper usingphotoreproductions of genuine bills so they can be hard to tellfrom the real thing unless you look closely at the signatures - theink is flat and on the surface of a replica, while it is a slightlydifferent color and more deeply impressed on a genuine note. The Related Link has a list of serial and plate numbers found onthe more common copies; you can compare those to the numbers onyour bill. If they don't match you should seek out a dealer orappraiser who specializes in Confederate currency and have the billexamined in person. ( Full Answer )
Please post a new question with the bill's date, what letter if any is next to the date, and the color of the seal and other non-ornamental lettering. All of that information is needed to ID a bill. You can find a range of prices at a site such as the one linked below.
The last US $500 bills were in the 1934 series. Distribution was suspended in 1969. Please check again and post a new question.
Please check again and post a new question. The US didn't print anybills dated 1936, and the last $500 bills carried a 1934 date.
Assuming that you are referring to Costa Rican colones, 500 ("quinientos" is Spanish for "500") were worth a bit less than US$1.00 as of mid-December 2008.
If you have the more common green-seal Federal Reserve Note, as of 12/2010 it's worth $750 to $1,400 if circulated, and over $2,000 if uncirculated. The much rarer 1928 $500 gold certificate retails for $4,000 to $12,000 in circulated condition and at least $25,000 if uncirculated. In either c…ase your bill should be examined in person by an expert to get a more specific value. ( Full Answer )
Please don't assume that every old bill is a silver certificate.The banner across its top and the green seal indicate it's aFederal Reserve Note, the same type of paper money used today. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a1934 A US 500 dollar bill?".
There has never been an Italian $500 bill because Italy neverused dollars. Since 2002 they have used the euro as their currency.Before that they used the lira. Please determine which bill you have and post a new, separatequestion. Previous Answer Its not worth anything anymore because Italy tra…nsfered over to theEuro. ( Full Answer )
The U.S. did not print any $500 bills (or any other denominations, for that matter) dated 1943. Please check your bill and post a new question.
President William McKinley's portrait appeared on the last officialprinting of a $500 bill, in the 1934 series. Before that, otherswere pictured including General Sherman, President John QuincyAdams, Abraham Lincoln, and Chief Justice John Marshall.
Currently, the value of 100 sto korrun ceskych is 5.06 US dollars.However, currency rates change daily, and this amount could changeat any time.
The most recent incarnation featured William McKinley, though bills issued before he became president didn't, for obvious reasons. There have been numerous designs, and if you mean something other than the most recent style, you'd need to be more specific as to when they were printed.
Equivale a R$10,16.Ã tipo como se tirasse uma casa decimal para converter para o real. 100=10,16 1000=101,02 20=2,00
Please check your item again. It may be a privately-manufactured"instant collectible" but it isn't a genuine US bill: . There are no 1996-dated bills. . The last silver certificates were $1 bills dated 1957 . The last $500 bills of any type were dated 1934 . The last $500 silver certificates we…re printed in the 19thcentury ( Full Answer )
Except for gold certificates, old bills have never been withdrawnso its value is at least $500. However the bill's condition couldbe more or less of a factor depending on the bill's date andpossible series letter. There's some generic information at the question "What is the valueof a US 500 dollar… bill?" but an in-person evaluation may be neededin light of the amount of wear. ( Full Answer )
It depends on which country the pesos come from. There arecurrently eight countries using the peso denomination.
As of 04/2015 approximate prices are: . Circulated: $750 to $1400 depending on the bill'scondition . Uncirculated: $2000 FAQs: Serial Numbers A bill's serial number is a counter and a security feature. In mostcases it doesn't affect a bill's value or help to identify it. Somecollectors spe…cialize in bills with low serial numbers (e.g.00000005) or unusual patterns (12344321) so these can bringabove-average prices. DISCLAIMER: The values quoted are market averages as of the dateshown, but may be different for an individual bill due tovariations in quality and other factors. Also the wholesale(buying) price of a bill will be less than the selling (retail)price. A reputable currency dealer will be able to give a moreaccurate valuation based on an in-person inspection. ( Full Answer )
oh man. those are very rare and hard to find. If its in good condition then itc probably worth about $30,000. Ive seen them sell for anywher from 20,000 to about 40,000 depending on the condition that its in.
The US didn't print any $500 bills with that date. Please check again and post a new question.
The last US $500 bills were dated 1934. Please check again and post a new question.
To clear things up, the bill was printed in Washington, notPhiladelphia. Philadelphia is the location of the Federal Reservebank that distributed the bill. Please see the Related Question for values and other information.
The US Dollar exchange value of 20 Korun from the Czech Republic is about US$1.13 as of November 9, 2010.
Mexico uses the "$" sign to indicate pesos rather than dollars,which tends to mislead Americans and Canadians who are used todollar-denominated currencies. Your bill's value depends a lot on its date. If it's dated 1993 orlater, it's a modern bill whose value is based on the currentexchange rate of… US dollars to Mexican pesos. Exchange rates changeevery day so any specific answer posted here becomes out of datealmost immediately. While it's not Answers.com policy to say "usethe Internet", that's the best approach in this case. You can checka site such as www . xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latestconversion factors. If it's older, you should have it checked by a dealer or person whocollects Mexican currency. Mexico revalued the peso in the early1990s by lopping three zeros off the old peso, meaning an olderbill that's not a collectible could be worth only 1/1000 as much asa more recent one of the "same" denomination. ( Full Answer )
The US didn't print any paper money in 1932 due to the Depression. Please check your bill again and post a new question.
Generally about $1000, but this depends on a few factors. Could be worth something, depending on its condition and variety (signature combinations, variants, etc). Send a scan, I appraise for free: email@example.com and will buy notes too.
1896 is a common date for Morgan dollars, a typical Mint State coin is $48.00-$55.00
As of 02/2012 approximate prices are: Circulated: $610 to $1200 depending on the bill's condition Uncirculated: $1400 1934-A was the last series of $500 bills printed. Despite the 1934 series date some were printed as late as the early 1940s. Serial Numbers A bill's serial number is a c…ounter and a security feature. In most cases it doesn't affect a bill's value or help to identify it. Some collectors specialize in bills with low serial numbers (e.g. 00000005) or unusual patterns (12344321) so these can bring above-average prices. DISCLAIMER: The values quoted are market averages as of the date shown, but may be different for an individual bill due to variations in quality and other factors. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a bill will be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable currency dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on an in-person inspection. ( Full Answer )
500 dollars and 1000 Dollars . Correction. Those are the FACE values of the bills; i.e. the amount you could spend them for. But high-denomination bills haven't been printed since 1945 and are worth more to collectors so you could get more money by selling them instead of spending them. …Please see the Price Guides below for more information . ( Full Answer )
It was printed in Washington. Richmond is the Federal ReserveDistrict that ordered the bill and distributed it. There's moreinformation at the Related Question. Until 1990 all US banknotes were printed in Washington. That year,a second facility was opened in Fort Worth. Each Federal Reservedistrict… requests a print run of denominations needed in itsjurisdiction, and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing prints billswith that district's letter (and before 1990, its city name). ( Full Answer )
Czech Koruna is the common currency of the countries of the Czech Republic. Each koruna has 100 halaru. The conversion to American Dollars on today's market would make 500 koruna worth about 32 dollars.
More information is needed. Most 20th-century US $500.00 bills wereonly printed as Federal Reserve Notes or Gold Certificates, and thelast $500 US Notes were printed in 1880. Please post a new, separate question with the bill's date, whatletter if any is next to the date, and its seal color.
There was only one series of $500 bills printed with the 1928 dateso a "C" series letter (indicating a fourth series) can't exist.You're almost certainly looking at the Federal Reserve letter whichindicates your bill was distributed through the Philadelphiadistrict. As of 10/2015 a 1928 $500 Federa…l Reserve Note has a retail priceof about $700 in average condition. A crisp one without any foldmarks could sell for around $1200. ( Full Answer )