Currencies and countries

The World Currencies Database includes 788 currency symbols, names and countries with historical or other coinage information and has received over 254881 search inquires.

Random title: Yemen, Kingdom of
Explanation: (see Yemen Arab Republic) From 1919 to about 1965, the Kingdom of Yemen and used Maria Theresa Thalers as coins (plus others). However the currency was known as the Imadi. 40 Bogshahs (buqchahs) = 1 Imadi = 1 MT Thaler. From 1948-62 the Imadi was also known as the Ahmadi. Coins of 1 Imadi, 1 Ahmadi and subordinate values exist. The Royalists then went to 40 Bog = 1 Rial from 1965 to 1972. Monetary unit: Maria Theresa dollar called the riyal (riyal later was spelled rial)

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Euro 4238  4.29%
FKr 4203  4.25%
CFA Franc 4121  4.17%
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Fmk 3793  3.84%
Continental dollars 3680  3.72%
Saudi Arabia 3657  3.70%
Greece 3645  3.69%
Brazil 3468  3.51%
Spain 3432  3.47%
Hungary 3381  3.42%
Republic of China 3317  3.35%
gilder 3306  3.34%
Japan 3247  3.28%