You asked: How many Belgian francs were there to the pound?

How much is 100 Belgian francs worth in pounds?

Belgian francs to British pounds conversion table

amount convert Result
100 BEF BEF 2.09 GBP
200 BEF BEF 4.19 GBP
300 BEF BEF 6.28 GBP
400 BEF BEF 8.38 GBP

How much was a Belgian franc worth?

Like 10 other European currencies, the Belgian/Luxembourgish franc ceased to exist on 1 January 1999, when it became fixed at 1 EUR= 40.3399 BEF/LUF, thus a franc was worth €0.024789. Old franc coins and notes lost their legal tender status on 28 February 2002.

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.

Can Belgian francs still be exchanged?

All banknotes issued by the Bank since 1944 remain exchangeable, without a limitation in time. However, coins denominated in Belgian francs can no longer be exchanged.

Are Belgian franc coins worth anything?

We’ve been using the euro since 2002 in Belgium, but banknotes denominated in Belgian franc with a face value of over 50 francs are still worth money! You can trade them in at Nationale Bank in Brussels, Belgium’s central bank.

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Is Belgium a rich country?

Although Belgium is a wealthy country, public expenditures far exceeded income for many years, and taxes were not diligently pursued. … Belgium’s accumulated public debt remains high at 99% of 2009 GDP.

How many French francs were there to the pound?

Convert French Franc to British Pound

FRF GBP
1 FRF 0.128867 GBP
5 FRF 0.644337 GBP
10 FRF 1.28867 GBP
25 FRF 3.22169 GBP

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.