Value of Obsolete National Currencies
Euro bank notes and coins began circulating in 2002 with old notes and coins gradually being withdrawn from circulation. The precise dates that each old currency ceased being legal tender and their official fixed rates are shown in the table below.
Legacy(Old) Currency Conversion from EUR Obsolete ATS Austria, Schilling 1 EUR = ATS 28-Feb-2002 BEF Belgium, Franc 1 EUR = BEF 28-Feb-2002 CYP Cyprus, Pound 1 EUR = CYP 31-Jan-2008 DEM Germany, Deutsche Mark 1 EUR = DEM 28-Feb-2002 EEK Estonia, Kroon 1 EUR = EEK 15-Jan-2011 ESP Spain, Peseta 1 EUR = ESP 28-Feb-2002 FIM Finland, Markka 1 EUR = FIM 31-Jan-2008 FRF France, Franc 1 EUR = FRF 17-Feb-2002 GRD Greece, Drachma 1 EUR = GRD 28-Feb-2002 IEP Ireland, Pound 1 EUR = IEP 9-Feb-2002 ITL Italy, Lira 1 EUR = ITL 28-Feb-2002 LTL Lithuania, Litas 1 EUR = LTL 15-Jan-2015 LUF Luxembourg, Franc 1 EUR = LUF 28-Feb-2002 LVL Latvia, Lats 1 EUR = LVL 15-Jan-2014 MTL Malta, Lira 1 EUR = MTL 31-Jan-2008 NLG Netherlands, Guilder (Florin) 1 EUR = NLG 28-Jan-2008 PTE Portugal, Escudo 1 EUR = PTE 28-Feb-2002 SIT Slovenia, Tolar 1 EUR = SIT 14-Jan-2007 SKK Slovakia, Koruna 1 EUR = SKK 17-Jan-2009
The XE Currency Converter supports the above obsolete currencies; to make a conversion, type the name of the currency in the search box. Some old currencies are still physically convertible at special locations. For details, refer to the official ECB site listed in the Relevant Links section below.