forgin MONEY Lire Miller Banca D' Italia 1000?
forgin MONEY Lire Miller Banca D' Italia 1000? It's a 1982 with Marco polo's picture on it. i want to know how much much it's worth in america and what country is it from and what could u buy from their with it.Submitted: 1558 days ago
It's an Italian 1000 lira (plural lire) note. The Italians changed to the euro in 2002, so it's only worth what a coin collector would pay for it. Try Ebay. You could trade it in if you could find a bank to take it, see below.
In 1965, the lira was 1600 to $1, so with 1000 lire in 1982, you couldn't buy very much. Maybe some flowers.
The lira was the official unit of currency in Italy until January 1, 1999, when it was replaced by the euro (euro coins and notes were not introduced until 2002). Old lira denominated currency ceased to be legal tender on February 28, 2002. The conversion rate is 1,936.27 lire to the euro.  All lira banknotes in use immediately before the introduction of the euro, as all post WW2 coins, are still exchangeable for euros in all branches of the Bank of Italy until February 29, 2012.
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