I have Peruvian Intis. What’s their value?

Peruvian Intis were the currency of Peru between 1985 and 1991. The Inti was named after the Incan sun god and was introduced in 1985, replacing the Sol (sun) at a rate of 1000 soles to 1 inti. The Sol had lost a lot of value because of high inflation in Peru. By...

Currency Converters – Do they add up?

When choosing a currency calculator, make sure that the purpose of your query fits the purpose of the calculator. If you want to know a mid-market exchange rate, don’t use a currency calculator on a travel money website or one on a money transfer website. Ask yourself...

Retirement contribution limits will rise in 2019

Good news retirement savers: The Internal Revenue Service announced cost of living increases to the contribution limits for retirement-related plans in 2019. Annual contribution limits to 401(k)s will increase to $19,000 from $18,500. And the annual contribution to an...

Amazing coin facts

This coin fact may seem unlikely but it is scientifically proven to be true: The chance of a coin coming up as started is 51%, more than half. Meaning, if you flip a coin starting with heads up, there is a 51% chance the the coin-toss result is heads up. This was...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update Leftover Currency

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is ongoing in the United Kingdom. The British government has taken measures to contain and delay the spread of the infectious disease. Businesses in the UK remain open and staff members continue to attend work as normal. People with...

Weird and wonderful: Amazing banknotes

Leftover Currency converts foreign coins, old banknotes and obsolete currencies to cash, quickly and easily. Leftover Currency, 3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London W1B 3HH, United Kingdom Get in touch

What is the value of a 100,000 Republika Hrvatska banknote?

Does that mean you can exchange these 50,000 and 100,000 Croatian Dinara banknotes for these amounts? Again, unfortunately not. The exchange deadline for Hrvatskih Dinara banknotes expired shortly after they were replaced by the Kuna banknotes. Croatian Dinara...

GDPR: our new Privacy Policy

25 May 2018 saw the start of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR. We have taken steps to ensure that Leftover Currency is compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulation. One of the required actions included updating our Privacy...

Can old currency be exchanged now?

Currency for which the exchange deadline has expired no longer has a monetary value. So-called ‘demonetised‘ banknotes and coins have no value except for the raw materials they are made off, and a possible collector value to . A banknote or coin’s collector value is...

Money Quiz Questions

At the time of writing, in 2020, there are nineteen countries in the Eurozone: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.

Foreign Coin Exchange FAQs

Leftover Currency converts foreign coins, old banknotes and obsolete currencies to cash, quickly and easily. Leftover Currency, Unit 1 Portland Business Centre, Manor House Lane, Datchet SL3 9EG, United Kingdom Get in touch

Rock star money: These bands issued their own banknotes

15,000 of these rock star money bills were rained down on the Foo Fighters fans during the concert, launched from confetti cannons. From a distance the banknotes resemble $100 dollar bills. Upon closer inspection one can spot a number of interesting modifications....

Extra currencies added – April 2018

In addition to the more recent series of Luxembourgish Franc banknotes which are still exchangeable for a monetary value, we have added the older Luxembourgish Franc banknotes to the site as well. These demonetized banknotes from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg only...

Extra currencies added – July 2018

Leftover Currency converts foreign coins, old banknotes and obsolete currencies to cash, quickly and easily. Leftover Currency, 3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London W1B 3HH, United Kingdom Get in touch

Legal tender coins explained

The rules around the legal tender status of coins in the UK are set out in the Coinage Act 1971 and the Currency Act 1983. In England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, all coins minted by the Royal Mint and authorised by Royal Proclamation are legal tender. The...

Currency Facts – Strongest and Weakest Currencies

The weakest currency in the world is the Venezuelan Bolívar. The value of the Venezuelan Bolívar is so weak that 50,000 units are worth less than one US dollar. This has consistently been the case, due to the hyperinflation in the South American country. The weakest...

Crooked sixpence love tokens

As described by ex-metal detectorist John Winter, sixpence love tokens were common in the 19th century. A man would give his sweetheart the crooked coin, no longer spendable: It would be a statement to deliberately mess up hard earned money, and to give it away as a...

Will more countries join the Eurozone?

Eight countries are part of the European Union but are not part of the Euro area: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark. Hungary, Poland, Romania and Sweden. Denmark has negotiated an opt-out from the Euro. The other countries have committed to joining the euro area as...

1000 lira coin – Turkey’s high denomination inflation coins

As we will explain further below, Turkey was going through a period of hyperinflation in the 1990’s and 2000’s. As a result, the value of the Turkish Lira dropped and the country was forced to mint coins in ever greater denominations. To avoid having too many zeroes...

1 AUD to INR in 1966 till 2018 | AUD INR Historical Exchange Rates

Read  1 AED to INR in 2008 to 2018 |AED INR Historical Exchange Rates 1 Euro to INR in 1990 to 2018 | EUR INR Historical Exchange Rates December 6, 2018 Update: Rupee is at 51.00 against AUD History of Australian Dollar The Australian Dollar is the currency of...

1 AED to INR in 2008 to 2018 | AED INR Historical Exchange Rates

A look at the AED to INR historical exchange rates History of Dirham The UAE Dirham is the currency of UAE. It was first introduced on 19 May 1973. It replaced the Qatar and Dubai riyal. Since 1966, most of the areas used Qatar and Dubai Riyal while Abu Dhabi used the...

Top Universities in the World 2019 —Times Higher Education Ranking list 

Top Universities in the World 2019— a Times Higher Education Ranking list  Singapore is no longer home to the best university in Asia, China is. In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings list of 2019, China has stepped up its ascent. Now the country is...

500 DDR Mark and 200 DDR Mark: East Germany’s mysterious banknotes

There are a number of theories about why the banknotes of 200 and 500 DDR-marks were never issued. A popular theory is that the value of the banknotes was deemed too high, and that introducing them might have caused inflation. Another theory is that the banknotes were...

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