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How much is a Turkiye cumhuriyeti coin worth?

How much is a Turkiye cumhuriyeti coin worth?


Krause number KM# 1244
Currency rate 1.0001 TRY = 0.10 USD
Year 2009-2021
Period Republic of Turkey (2005 – 2021)
Coin type Circulation coins

What is a kurus coin?

The kuruş ( pl . kuruşlar) is a Turkish currency subunit. The kuruş was also the standard unit of currency in the Ottoman Empire until the 1844 subdivision of the former Ottoman gold lira. It was subdivided into 40 para or 120 akçe. Since 2005, one Turkish lira is equal to 100 kuruş.

Where are kurus made?

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What is a 25 kurus?

The 25 kurus coin from Turkey is the equivalent of 0.25 Turkish lira. It weighs 4 grams and measures 20.5mm across. The copper-nickel 25 kurus piece contains a portrait of Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and a Kufic calligraphic.

Are old Turkish lira worth anything?

After December 31, 2016, old TL notes and coins will no longer be legal tender (ie, official currency). In other words, they will be worthless except for their curiosity or collectors’ value. Until 2005, you had to deal with all those zeros.

What kind of coin is United Arab Emirates?

Dirham coin
The coins in the UAE come in three denominations – the 1 Dirham coin, 50 fils coin and the 25 fils coin. The obverse (front) of these coins each has a unique symbol and the year of mint below in both the Hijri and Gregorian year.

Where can I sell my old Turkish Lira?

Old TL notes may now be exchanged for 2009 TLs only at Turkish Central Bank (TC Merkez Bankası) offices or, in the absence of a Central Bank office, at a TC Ziraat Bankası office, until December 31, 2016.

When did Turkey change its currency?

January 1, 2005
The Turkish new lira was launched on January 1, 2005 to replace the previous Turkish lira at the rate of 1 new Turkish lira (ISO code TRY) equivalent to 1,000,000 old Turkish lira (ISO code TRL). The revaluation caused the Romanian leu, also revalued in 2005, to become the world’s least valuable currency for a while.