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This page shows the currencies used by the nations.

Bolognese Scudo (BOS)

Scudo
Scudo
ISO 4217 code BOS
Central bank CaRisBo
Date of introduction 1598
User(s) Flag of Bologna (1861 HF) Bologna
Inflation 0.91%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 Baiocco
Symbol S
 Baiocco b.
Plural Scudi
Coins
 Freq. used 5b., 10b., 20b., 50b., S1, S2
 Rarely used 1c., 2c.
Banknotes
 Freq. used S5, S10, S20, S50, S100,
 Rarely used S200, S500

The Scudo is the currency of Bologna; it was introduced in 1598. It is pegged to the dollar (1=1.19 BOS).

Coins

  • 1 b.
  • 2 b.
  • 5 b.
  • 10 b.
  • 20 b.
  • 50 b.
  • S1
  • S2

Banknotes

  • S5
  • S10
  • S20
  • S50
  • S100
  • S200

Genoan Genovino (GNG)

Genovino
Genovino
ISO 4217 code GNG
Central bank CaRiGe
Date of introduction 1861
User(s) Flag of Genoa Genoa
Inflation 1.04%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 centesimo
Symbol
 centesimo c.
Plural Genovini
Coins
 Freq. used 1c., 5c., 10c., 20c., 50c., ₲1
Banknotes
 Freq. used ₲5, ₲10, ₲20, ₲50, ₲100, ₲500

The Genovino is the currency of Genoa; it was introduced in 1861. It is pegged to the dollar (1=1.61 GNG).

Coins

  • 1 c.
  • 2 c.
  • 5 c.
  • 10 c.
  • 20 c.
  • 50 c.
  • ₲1

Banknotes

  • ₲5
  • ₲10
  • ₲20
  • ₲50
  • ₲100
  • ₲500

Modenese Thaler (MDT)

Thaler
Tallero
ISO 4217 code MDT
Central bank BPM
Date of introduction 1598
User(s) Modena Flag (1861 HF) Modena
Inflation 0.85%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 centesimo
Symbol
 centesimo c.
Plural Talleri
Coins
 Freq. used 5c., 10c., 20c., 50c., ₮1, ₮2
 Rarely used 1c., 2c., ₮5
Banknotes
 Freq. used ₮5, ₮10, ₮20, ₮50, ₮100,
 Rarely used ₮200, ₮500

The Thaler is the currency of Modena; it was introduced in 1598. It is pegged to the dollar (1=1.43 MDT).

Coins

  • 1 c.
  • 2 c.
  • 5 c.
  • 10 c.
  • 20 c.
  • 50 c.
  • ₮1
  • ₮2
  • ₮5

Banknotes

  • ₮5
  • ₮10
  • ₮20
  • ₮50
  • ₮100
  • ₮200
  • ₮500

Neapolitan/Sicilian Grano (SIG)

Grano
Grano
ISO 4217 code SIG
Central bank BdN
Date of introduction 1816
User(s) Flag of South Italy (1861 HF) Naples and Sicily flag Sicily
Inflation 2.62%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 piastra
Symbol G
 piastra p.
Plural Grani
Coins
 Freq. used 5p., 10p., 20p., 50p., G1, G2
 Rarely used 1c., 2c., G5
Banknotes
 Freq. used G5, G10, G20, G50, G100,
 Rarely used G200, G500

The Grano is the currency of South Italy and Sicily; it was introduced in 1816. It is pegged to the dollar (1=3.27 SIG).

Coins

  • 1 p.
  • 2 p.
  • 5 p.
  • 10 p.
  • 20 p.
  • 50 p.
  • G1
  • G2
  • G5

Banknotes

  • G5
  • G10
  • G20
  • G50
  • G100
  • G200
  • G500

Parmesan Lira (PRL)

Lira
Lira
ISO 4217 code PRL
Central bank BMP
Date of introduction 1790
User(s) Flag of the Duchy of Parma (1851-1859) Parma
Inflation 0.63%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 centesimo
Symbol L
 centesimo c.
Plural Talleri
Coins
 Freq. used 1c., 5c., 10c., 20c., L½, L1
 Rarely used L2
Banknotes
 Freq. used L5, L10, L20, L50, L100

The Lira is the currency of Parma; it was introduced in 1790. It is pegged to the dollar (1=1.27 PRL).

Coins

  • 1 c.
  • 5 c.
  • 10 c.
  • 20 c.
  • L1
  • L2

Banknotes

  • L5
  • L10
  • L20
  • L50
  • L100

Sammarinese Scudo (SMS)

Scudo
Scudo
ISO 4217 code SMS
Central bank BSM
Date of introduction 1291
User(s) Flag of San Marino San Marino
Inflation 0.78%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 centesimo
Symbol SM$
 centesimo c.
Plural Scudi
Coins
 Freq. used 1c., 5c., 10c., 20c., 50c., $1,
 Rarely used $2
Banknotes
 Freq. used $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

The Scudo is the currency of San Marino; it was introduced in 1291. It is pegged to the dollar (1=2.30 SMS).

Coins

  • 1 c.
  • 2 c.
  • 5 c.
  • 10 c.
  • 20 c.
  • 50 c.
  • $1
  • $2

Banknotes

  • $5
  • $10
  • $20
  • $50
  • $100

Umbrian New Lira (UNL)

New Lira
Nuova lira
ISO 4217 code UNL
Central bank CaRisUm
Date of introduction 1946
User(s) Flag of Umbria Umbria
Inflation 0.1%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 centesimo (dropped)
Symbol Ł
 centesimo (dropped) C
Plural Lire
Coins
 Freq. used Ł5, Ł10, Ł20, Ł50, Ł100, Ł200, Ł500
 Rarely used Ł1, Ł2
Banknotes
 Freq. used Ł1000, Ł2000, Ł5000, Ł10,000, Ł50,000
 Rarely used Ł20,000, Ł100,000

The New lira is the currency of Umbria; it was introduced in 2002, after the Umbrian Lira (UML), which was introduced when the Umbrian Revolution nullified the Zecchino, suffered severe inflation (Ł1=UML10,000). It is pegged to the dollar (1=129.2 UNL).

Coins

  • Ł1
  • Ł2
  • Ł5
  • Ł10
  • Ł20
  • Ł50
  • Ł100
  • Ł200
  • Ł500

Banknotes

  • Ł1000
  • Ł2000
  • Ł5000
  • Ł10,000
  • Ł20,000
  • Ł50,000
  • Ł100,000

Venetian New Ducat (VED)

New Ducat
Nuovo Ducato
ISO 4217 code VED
Central bank CaRiVe
Date of introduction 1946
User(s) Venetie vlag Venice
Inflation 0.85%
 Source The World Factbook, 2010 est.
Subunit
 1/100 zecchino
Symbol VD
 zecchino Z
Plural Ducati
Coins
 Freq. used 1Z, 2Z, 5Z, 10Z, 20Z, 50Z, VD1, VD2
Banknotes
 Freq. used VD5, VD10, VD20, VD50, VD100,

The New Ducat is the currency of Venice; it was introduced in 1946, after the Old Ducat suffered from high inflation and was changed with 1 New Ducat=1000 Old Ducats. It is pegged to the dollar (1=0.92 VED).

Coins

  • 1Z
  • 2Z
  • 5Z
  • 10Z
  • 20Z
  • 50Z
  • VD1
  • VD2

Banknotes

  • VD5
  • VD10
  • VD20
  • VD50
  • VD100
  • VD200
  • VD500

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