Monday, November 17, 2008

World Currency

Every country on this earth has a unique currency for trade. Here I am giving a snippet of information regarding the currencies available in some countries.

Country: UAE Currency: Dirhams Above Note: 5 Dirhams

Country: CTO Currency: Pygnen Above Note: 100 Pygnen

Country: CTO Currency: Pygnen Above Note: 100 Pygnen

Country: Korea Currency: Won Above Note: 100 Won

Country: United Kingdom Currency: Pound Above Note: 5 Pounds

Country: Peru Currency: Nuevo Sol Above Note: 50 Nuevos Soles

Country: Pakistan Currency: Rupee Above Note: 500 Rupees

Country: Kuwait Currency: Dinar

Country: Norway Currency: Krone Above Note: 100 Kroner

Country: Mexico Currency: Pesos Above Note: 100 Pesos

Country: Republic of China Currency: Yuan Above Note: 100 Yuans

Country: Japan Currency: Yen Above Note: 10000 Yen

Country: UAE Currency: Dirham

Country: Republic of China Currency: Yuan Above Note: 100 Yuans

Country: European Union Currency: Euro Above Note: 500 Euros

Country: Estonia Currency: Kroon Above Note: 500 Kroons

Country: Egypt Currency: Pound Above Note: 100 Pounds

Country: Ease Caribbean Currency: Dollar Above Note: 10 Dollars

Country: USA Currency: Dollar Above Note: 5 Dollars

Country: Denmark Currency: Kroner Above Note: 100 Kroner

Country: Mexico Currency: Pesos Above Note: 20000 Pesos

Country: Canada Currency: Dollar Above Note: 10 Dollar

Country: Srilanka Currency: Rupee Above Note: 500 Rupees

Country: Belgium Currency: Euro Above Note: 100 Euros

Country: France Currency: Franc Above Note: 2500 Francs

Country: Azerbaycan Currency: Manat Above Note: 1000 Manat

Country: Australia Currency: Dollar Above Note: 100 Dollars

Country: Argentina Currency: Peso Above Note: 100 Pesos


Country: Afghanistan Currency: Afghani Above Note: 10000 Afghanis


Country: India Currency: Rupee Above Note: 1000 Rupees



6 comments:

Matt Greening said...

A good collection of currency, it's a pity your information is not correct, particularly your middle-eastern currency - Kuwait is actually Oman and one you state is the UAE (not the first one) is actually Saudi Arabia.

robin said...

how do i find out how much 500 pygnen 1912 is worth

M.NASSAR said...

good currency collection but with few errors.
notably in - it was a iraian rial (old man with long beard) but u have said uae currency.
plz change.

chk618 said...

hm... maybe you should check your 'collection'. How does a picture of Mao Zedong on a $100 = korean won?
that is a chinese RMB100 (YUAN) and your so called chinese yuan is actually a 100HKD (i.e. Hong kong dollar). Hence, as mentioned by M.NASSAR.. please change

Usman Khan said...

keep it up

Usman Khan said...

Of course the Man has tried; the only mistake apart from the one mentioned by my friends above is using currencies that are no longer legal tender ie obsolete which can be misleading for example that Mexico pesos is very old note and is not acceptable any longer and also that 2500 francs one would think the currency belongs to the France when it belongs to 8 west African countries.and is obsolete even in those countries