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TABLE OF FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MONEYS AND EXCHANGES.
Money of Account.
Argentine,
Australia, &c.,.
Austria,.. .......
Belgium,
Brazil
Bulgaria,
Canada,
Cape Colony,...
Chili,
China,
Colombia,
Cuba, ,
Demerara, &c...
Denmark,
Egypt,...
Finland,.
France,..
Germany, ,
Greece, . .
Holland,.
India,.
Italy
Japan,...
Mexico,..
Morocco,,
Norway,.
Persia,
Peru,
Portugal, ..
Koumauia, .
Russia, ,
Servia,
Spain,
Sweden, ~,
Switzerland,
Turkey, -|
United States,
Uruguay,.
Venezuela,
West Indies, British, ..
Dollar (silver), ,
Pounds, shillings, and pence sterling.
Krone or Crown=100 pfennige or heller,.,
Franc=100 centimes,. ,
Milrea = 1000 reas (gold),
Levs=100Stolinkis,
Dollar — 100 cents, ,
Pounds, shilling*, and pence sterling.
Dollar = Is. 7£d.
Tael
Dollar (silver) of 10 reals,
Dollar = 100 centavos or 8 reals,
Dollar = 100 cents,
Krone == 100 ore,
Old Coinage — 16 bkilling3=l mark. 3 marks=£ rigsdollar
or 1 krone.
Piastre 40 = paras,
A "purse " is = 500 piastres.
Mark = 100 Pennies,
Franc = 100 centimes,
A milliard = 1000 million Francs = £10,000,000.
Mark= 100 pfennige or 10 groschen,
Old Coinage — 30 S. groschen = 1 thaler = 3 marks. 30
kreuzer — 1 florin. 3 florins = 5 marks
Drachma = 100 lepta,
Florin or Guilder=100 cents or 20 stivers,
Rupee (silver)=16 annas=192 pice,
A "lac" is 100,000 rupees. A " crore" is 10,000,000, or
100 lacs.
Lira = 100 centesimi, ,
Yen or dollar = 100 sens
Dollar = 100 cents or 8 reals,
Mitkul = 10 ounces = 40 blankeels,
Krone = 100 ore,
Old Coinage — 24 skillings = 1 mark. 5 marks or 1 sp.
dollar = 4 kroner.
Kran (silver) = 1000 dinars,
Sole— 100 centesimos,
Milrea = 1000 reas, ,
A " conto " is 1000 nailreas.
Lei = 100 bans,
Ruble (paper) = 100 copecs,
Dinar =100 Paras,
Peseta— 100 centesimos or 4 reals,
Old Coinage — 2 escudo = 1 duro or dollar = 5 peseta,
Krone = 100 Ore,
Old Coinage — 48 skillings = 1 rigsdollar, riksgeld, or krone.
Franc = 100 centimes,
Piastre = 40 paras,
100 piastres (gold)= 1 medjidie or lira=18s. 2d.
Dollar =100 cents,
Peso or dollar (silver) = 100 centesimos,
Bolivar (silver)
Pounds, shillings, and pence sterling.
Note. — In the above valuations, standard gold is estimated at 77s. 10|d., and silver at 5s. per ounce ;
but in countries with a silver standard, sued as India, the relative sterling value of money changes with the
current price of silver, which, in November, 1892, was 3s. 3d. per oz., the rupee being at that date about
Is. 3d. of sterling value. No account is here taken of the value of paper notes having a forced currency,
and only convertible from the nominal value to gold at a greater or less discount.

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