How much was a French franc in 1945?
Beginning in 1945 at a rate of 480 francs to the British pound (119.1 to the U.S. dollar), by 1949 the rate was 980 to the pound (350 to the dollar).
How much was a French franc worth in 1925?
Exchange and the Cost of Living
|Year||Exchange Rate of Franc||Wholesale Price Index|
|Average for the year.|
How much is a French franc worth today?
Convert French Franc to US Dollar
|1 FRF||0.178093 USD|
|5 FRF||0.890467 USD|
|10 FRF||1.78093 USD|
|25 FRF||4.45234 USD|
How much was a franc in 1950?
And my 1950s dictionary says, “[the franc was] originally equal to 19.3 cents but valued at about 1/4 cent in 1950.” I don’t know whether “originally equal” refers to the value at the start of the First Republic or to the Fourth.
Are French francs still worth anything?
French Franc coins were replaced by Euro coins in 2002 when the Euro became France’s national currency. The exchange deadline for French pre-euro coins expired in 2005. Since then, franc and centimes coins from France no longer have a monetary value.
What was the French franc worth in 1935?
After Britain, and then the U.S. abandoned the gold standard, the franc actually rose to about 15 to the dollar by 1935. Of course there was terrible inflation after World War II — in the end, the old franc literally wasn’t worth a sou.