Who appears on austrias one Euro coin?
The famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
There is such a thing as a 50 euro cent coin, which is one half of a euro.
The one cent coin is the smallest euro coin, with a diameter of 16.25mm. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euro_coins)
The one cent Euro coin is worth 0.6452 of an American cent.
It's worth exactly one euro.
The one euro coin weighs 7.5 grams, per regulation EC 975/98.
One Euro is a coin, one dollar is a paper bill so you can't compare them.
There are eight euro coin denominations, ranging from one cent to two euros (the euro is divided into a hundred cents).
One of the pre-Euro Spanish coins was known as the peseta.
Britain does not have a One Euro coin. The British One Pound coin (from 1983 to present) is 22.5 mm diameter, 3.15 mm thick, weigh 9.5 grams and are made from 70% copper, 24.5% zinc and 5.5% nickel.
One full euro is worth approximately 73 rupees, so one euro cent is worth 0.73 rupees.
5 cent euro coins (€0.05) have a value of one twentieth of 1 euro. Mass: 3.92 g The composition of the coin: Copper plated steel 94.35% stainless steel 5.65% copper The metal value is close to the 5 cent euro coin value. Making a 5 cent euro coin costs more than that. Images of 5 euro cents: http://www.eurocoins.co.uk/images5cents.html
Many countries have a coin to the value of one unit of currency (one pound, one euro, one dollar, etc.).
The value of a 1975 Kenyan one shilling coin featuring the first president of Kenya in mint condition is 1.50 Euro, or 179.01 shillings. In good condition, the coin is worth 0.10 Euro, or 11.93 shillings.
It's worth one euro, which converts to $1.11 in US dollars, $1.45 in Canadian dollars, or 86 British pence.
Germany uses coins that are based on the euro. There are two euro coins, one euro coins, 50 cent euros, 20 cent, 10 cent, 5 cent, and 1 cent euro coins.
Well, the designs vary on one side of the coin, but they stay the same on the other. There is always the denomination of the coin with either a map of the European union or the globe.
Cash Value : about half a Euro. A one-mark German coin has a value based on the old exchange rate with the Euro. In 2002, the old Deutschemarks were invalidated as legal tender, but marks were exchangeable at the rate of 1.95583 Marks per Euro, which was set in 1999. So the coin may have more or less value as a collectible than if redeemed for Euros.
As of 14 February 2014, one euro is worth $1.37.
The Feathertail glider no longer appears on any coin. When Australia still had one cent coins, the feathertail glider appeared on this coin. This coin was phased out in 1992.
is change or coins One Cent i the coin, it's a hundred of an Euro, but it also means "hundred" in french.
It is money! It is worth one Euro. Conversion rates to other currencies vary on a daily basis, there are several websites that will do the conversion at the proper rate for the currency desired.
The Euro is used in just 18 of Europe's countries, with most of Europe's countries having their own currency. One side of the coin is the same in all of the 18 countries and one side is unique to that country. There are also occasionally special editions minted. No matter which country they are from, all Euro coins can be used in any of those 18 countries. The Euro is used in just 18 of… Read More
The one euro coin is a bi-metalic coin with a golden outer ring and a silver inner section. it is 23.25mm in diameter and 2.33mm thick. It has a semi-milled edge of six equal sections alternating milled to smooth. The common side depicts Europe as a continent and has the denomination "1 EURO". The reverse can be one of many designs but will feature the 12 European Union starts around the outer ring. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons55aEUR_1_(2007_issue).png
The 5 euro cent coin is copper in color, about the same diameter as an American nickel (but slightly thinner), with the number 5 and the words "euro cent" above a map of Europe on one side, and the specific country's design on the other. Each eurozone country has its own set of designs for all euro coins.
Each country that has the euro has its own type of euro coin, with one side having an emblem of that country and the other side being the same in all countries. However all euro coins can be used in any country that uses the euro. So one side of the French euro is the same as the Germany and Italy euros, and the other side is different on each. They are the same in… Read More
One euro is 100 cents, so there are two fifty euro cents in one euro.
John Kennedy appears on a dollar coin only once and that was in 2015 in the Presidential Coin series . They are valued in uncirculated condition from $3 - $450 depending upon the condition of the coin and the mint mark.
I have 30 cents in my pocket but only 2 coins and one of the coins is not a nickel - what do I have?
The answer is you have a quarter and a nickel. This adds up to 30 cents. One of the coins (the quarter) is not a nickel, but the other coin is. It could also be a 20c coin and a 10c coin, the question doesn't state that they are US cents, they could be Euro cents.
Yes they can be used in other countries that use the euro. The euro is one currency, but different variations of the coins are issued in each country. One side of the coin is the same in all countries, and the other side is particular to that country. Coins from any country can be used in any other country that uses the euro. This is one of its advantages for people. They do not have… Read More
Yes. This is part of the advantage. The standard design of each kind of coin is the same, but one side shows the country it was minted in. It is the same currency so it can be used in any country that uses the Euro. This means that if you are travelling to different countries in Europe that use the Euro, you do not have to change your money.
one Euro is still one euro in French. The Euro is the currency the French are using.
The Euro is the same for all countries that use it, though one side of the coin is different in each country. All the notes are the same for all countries. You can still use those different coins in any of the countries that use the Euro. Not all countries in Europe use the Euro. There are over 50 countries in Europe. 28 of them are members of an organisation called the European Union. 18… Read More
In average condition it has no particular collector value except as a conversation piece. It was an ordinary circulation coin until 2002 when Germany switched to the euro. At that time a common 2 pf coin was worth around one US cent.
One combination anyway: American: 3.5 dollars in 50c is 7 coins 2 dollars in quarters = 8 coins 5 dimes = 5 coins Euro: 3.5 euro in 50c is 7 coins 2.40 euro in 20c is 12 coins and 1 10 cent coin
The New Zealand 1 cent coin was only issued as a bronze coin. If you have one that appears to be silver, it is because somebody plated it. Modified coins have no collector value.
Exactly one euro is equal to one euro. Unless you were looking to find out what one euro is equal to in another form of currency.
Coins in circulation in England and Wales: Two-pound coin, One-pound coin, fifty pence coin, twenty pence coin, ten pence coin, five pence coin, two pence coin and one pence coin. Ireland uses the Euro, which has a different set of coinage than in England. Scotland uses the "Scottish pound" - the exchange rate is exactly the same number of Scottish pounds to an English pound. England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland make up the UK.
The Kiwi featured on the old, now withdrawn New Zealand Florin (Two Shillings), the 1967 to 1989 20 cent coin, and the 1990 to present One Dollar coin. The Kotuku, or White Heron, appears on most New Zealand Two Dollar coins. The Kingfisher appears on the 1993 Two Dollar coin.
Italy is not part of the USA so it doesn't use dollars. The currency of Italy is the Euro as in most other countries in western and central Europe. One Euro which is worth about $1.20 is a small coin with a mix of gold and silver colours.
The euro was made so that one could go from one county to another (in the euro zone) and use the same currency. There is no need to exchange the euro from one country to another because they all have the euro.
A portrait of Urracá, a cacique (or native chieftain) who fought against the Spanish conquistadors, appears on the Panamanian One Centesimo coin.
The "loonie" is an affectionate nickname for Canada's one dollar coin. The loon, which appears on the coin, is a bird that is common to all parts of Canada. Therefore, the loonie represents Canada's unity.
The Euro is the same in all countries, there is only one Euro.
I believe Sacajawea was on golden dollar coin in 2003. She is depicted with a child. An interesting fact is that the coin maker did not know any native relatives of Sacajawea, so he modeled the coin from a Native American student in college!!
one euro is equals to 100
the value of one euro is about $1.34
Answer Using Currate.com's online or Windows calculator with built-in unit conversion, 4 pounds (English unit) equals 1,814.4 gram (Metric unit). The Euro coin weight information can be found from Wikipedia (see links below) Formula is written to find the total coins based on 1,814.4 grams Total Coins = Total Mass/One Specific Coin Total Coins = 1,814.4g/One Specific Coin To answer the question for the value of 4 pounds of Euro coins, the table is created… Read More
No, it's made of a gold-colored brass alloy. If you think about it for, oh, a second or two, as of 2011 the price of gold is around €1000 a troy ounce. 20 e-cents is 1/5 of one euro, so if the coin were made of gold it would be 1/5,000 of an ounce - that's 0.006 grams and you'd need a microscope to see it!
There are several places where someone can purchase plastic tokens. Some possible options are Plastic Tokens, Token Factory, Amazon, Alibaba and Euro Coin.
One grosch was 1/100 of an Austrian schilling. A schilling was worth less than a dollar in 2002 when the denomination was withdrawn and replaced by the euro, so a 10-groschen coin is worth less than a dime.