Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkCurrency WikiCurrency Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkMessage WallThreadMessage Wall GreetingBoardBoard Thread Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 2,000 results for United States 100,000 dollar banknote The 100,000 dollar bill is a banknote of the United States that was printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing from 1934 to 1935. It was never publicly circulated and was only used https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/United_States_100,000_dollar_banknote Nordic gold Nordic gold is an alloy composed of 89% copper, 5% aluminum, 5% zinc, and 1% tin. It has been used to make coins, most notably certain euro coins. The metal does not contain any gold https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Nordic_gold Argentine peso The Argentine peso (Spanish: Peso argentino; symbol:$; code: ARS) is the currency of Argentina. It is subdivided into 100 centavos. Several earlier currencies of Argentina were also called "peso", and the first of such https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Argentine_peso Philippine peso The Philippine peso, also referred to by its Filipino name piso (sign: ₱; code: PHP), is the official currency of the Philippines. It is subdivided into 100 centavos or sentimos in Filipino. As a former https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Philippine_peso South African 1 cent coin The 1 cent coin is a former circulation piece of the Republic of South Africa. It was issued in 13 types from 1961 to 2001, during the post-colonial administration of South Africa. Each was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/South_African_1_cent_coin Egyptian 1 pound coin The 1 pound coin (alternatively 1 gineh and at periods 100 qirsh or 100 ersh) is a current circulation and commemorative coin of the modern Arab Republic of Egypt and its precursors. The first pieces https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Egyptian_1_pound_coin Swiss franc The Swiss franc (French: Franc suisse; German: Schweizer Franken'; Italian: Franco svizzero; Romansh: Franc svizzer) is the official currency and legal tender in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, as well as the Italian exclave, Campione d'Italia https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Swiss_franc ISO 4217 The tables, history, and current discussions are all maintained by SIX Interbank Clearing. The ISO 4217 code list is used globally for banking and business. In a number of countries, the ISO codes for more https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/ISO_4217 Mexican peso The peso (sign:$; ISO code: MXN) is the current currency of Mexico. It was the first currency in the world that used the "$" sign as its symbol, which the United States dollar later https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_peso Bahamian 1 cent coin The 1 cent coin is a current circulation piece of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Since 1966, it has been issued in eight types and four major designs by the Central Bank of The Bahamas https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Bahamian_1_cent_coin Belgian 50 centime coin The 50 centime/centiem coin is a former circulation piece of the Kingdom of Belgium. It was issued in seven major designs from 1866 to 2001, three under King Leopold II (1835–1909; r. 1865 https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Belgian_50_centime_coin Mexican 1 peso coin The 1 peso coin was first issued by the Second Mexican Empire from 1866 to 1867, during the reign of Emperor Maximilian I, even though an unissued pattern coin of the denomination was struck by https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_1_peso_coin Kenyan 1 shilling coin The 1 shilling coin is a current circulation piece of the Republic of Kenya that was produced in five main types from 1966 to 2010. The first type was issued briefly from 1966 to 1968 https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Kenyan_1_shilling_coin Australian dollar The Australian dollar (sign:$; code: AUD) is the currency of the Commonwealth of Australia (including its territories), Kiribati, Nauru, and Tuvalu. It is subdivided into 100 cents (symbol: ¢). Within Australia, it is most https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Australian_dollar Yugoslav 20 para coin The 20 para coin is a circulation piece of Yugoslavia, a former Southeast European country that existed during the 20th and early 21st centuries. It was issued in two types from 1967 to 1991, during https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Yugoslav_20_para_coin Ethiopian 1 birr coin The 1 birr coin (formerly 1 dollar and 1 talari) is a circulation piece of the current Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and former Ethiopian Empire (Abyssinia) that has been issued in three main types https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Ethiopian_1_birr_coin Mexican 2 peso coin The 2 peso coin was first issued by the United Mexican States from 1919 to 1948. Coins of the denomination were not minted again until 1992, when a new peso currency was introduced. From that https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_2_peso_coin Mexican 200 peso banknote The 200 peso banknote was first printed by Maximilian I's Mexican Empire in 1866, but was not put into circulation. It was not until 1994 when the first circulated note of the denomination was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Mexican_200_peso_banknote Japanese 1 yen coin The 1 yen coin was first issued by the Empire of Japan in 1870. Since then, new issues have been introduced in 1871, 1914, 1948, and 1955. Though production of the 1 yen coin ceased https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Japanese_1_yen_coin Cuban 5 centavo coin (peso) The 5 centavo coin is a circulation coin of the Republic of Cuba that was minted from 1915 to 2015. The first type was produced sporadically from 1915 to 1961, while the second was made https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Cuban_5_centavo_coin_(peso) Namibian 5 cent coin The 5 cent coin is a circulation piece of the Republic of Namibia that was issued from 1993 to 2012. With the introduction of the Namibian dollar in 1993, the first 5 cent coin was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Namibian_5_cent_coin Italian lira The Italian lira (Italian: Lira italiana; sign: ₤; code: ITL) was the currency of Italy. Until 1946, it was divided into 100 centesimi. It was adopted in 1862 and used until 2002, when it was https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Italian_lira Albanian lek The Albanian lek (Albanian: Leku Shqiptar; plural: lekë) (sign: L; code: ALL) is the official currency of Albania. It is subdivided into 100 qindarka (singular: qindarkë), though no qindarka notes or coins are used anymore https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Albanian_lek Main Page Currency Learn more about the money you spend, People Designers, numismatists, and more, Facilities Central banks and mints Twitter https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Main_Page Japanese 5 yen coin The 5 yen coin was first issued by Japan in 1870. Afterward, new issues were made in 1897, 1948, 1949, and 1989. It is currently in circulation within Japan. The Japanese for "five yen" go https://currencies.fandom.com/wiki/Japanese_5_yen_coin Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 30K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. View More Wikis Top pages United States 100,000 dollar banknote - The 100,000 dollar bill is a banknote of the United States that was printed... 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