Currencies and countries

The World Currencies Database includes 788 currency symbols, names and countries with historical or other coinage information and has received over 418937 search inquires.

Random title: peso
Explanation: Silver and copper coin and Monetary unit of Mexico equal to 100 centavos; a silver coin and Monetary unit of Cuba equal to 100 centavos; Monetary unit of Chile, Colombia, The Dominican Republic, Guinea-Bissau and Uruguay and the former Monetary unit of Argentina and Bolivia. A paper money and Monetary unit of the Philippines equal to 100 centavos. A former silver coin of Spain and Spanish America equal to eight reals, dollar, piece of eight, piaster

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Currency or countrySearchesPercentage
NUr$ 15604  10.21%
NUr$ 15604  10.21%
GS 12981  8.49%
SKr 11400  7.46%
Ptas 10771  7.04%
RO 9726  6.36%
Euro 5990  3.92%
FKr 5904  3.86%
Mexico 5845  3.82%
CFA Franc 5841  3.82%
Czechoslovakia 5569  3.64%
Fmk 5519  3.61%
Continental dollars 5442  3.56%
Saudi Arabia 5407  3.54%
Greece 5396  3.53%
Japan 5261  3.44%
fen 5261  3.44%
Brazil 5163  3.38%
Spain 5144  3.36%
Hungary 5051  3.30%