Convert Italian Lira to US Dollar
|100 ITL||0.0599153 USD|
|500 ITL||0.299577 USD|
|1,000 ITL||0.599153 USD|
|5,000 ITL||2.99577 USD|
Are Italian lira worth anything?
The Italian Lira was replaced by the Euro in 2002 and Italian Lira coins and banknotes no longer have any monetary value.
How much is an Italian coin worth?
The rare italian coin of 100 lire of 1956 have a value ranging from 20 to 150€. A 100 lire piece from the year 1957 to 1961 have a value that can reach 600€. The coins from 1962 to 1963 are worth from 100 to 200 € and a piece of 100 lira coins from 1964 to 1967 can be worth about 50€.
What is a 500 Italian lira coin worth?
The 500 silver lira in question have an average value of about 7 euro. Some Mint models can reach a value of between 20 and 80 €.
What is the strongest world currency?
Kuwaiti dinar Known as the strongest currency in the world, the Kuwaiti dinar or KWD was introduced in 1960 and was initially equivalent to one pound sterling. Kuwait is a small country that is nestled between Iraq and Saudi Arabia whose wealth has been driven largely by its large global exports of oil.
Can you get 500 euro notes?
The €500 Euro banknotes will no longer be issued and they are no longer in circulation since 2019.
Can I still exchange Italian lira?
Lira notes ceased to be legal tender in February 2002. Any that were in circulation can be exchanged for the equivalent value in euros at the Banca D’Italia until February 29, 2012. The conversion rate is fixed at 1,936.27 lire to the euro, which means that 40,000 lire would be worth approximately 20 euros (£18).