Czech crown CZK
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We buy Czech crowns CZK
Do you have old, discontinued Czech crown bills? You can quickly and easily exchange them for dollars. We can help you exchange the bills in the pictures.
Introduced in the Czech Republic in 1993, the Czech crown replaced the Czechoslovak crown. Its Czech name is koruna, coming from the Latin corona, meaning ‘crown.’ The ‘krona’ and the ‘krone’ currencies of Northern Europe also have the same origins.
Czech crowns currently in circulation
- The official currency of the Czech Republic is issued in bills of 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000 and 5,000 crowns.
- The Czech National Bank in Prague first issued the current series of crown bills in 1996, utilizing advanced anti-counterfeiting features beyond those used in the 1993-1995 series. Modern crown bills can be identified by the symbol in the lower right corner on the reverse, a feature not found on the earlier series.
- They can be exchanged at a bank or currency exchange office.
- We can also quickly and easily exchange them for you.
Discontinued Czech crown bills
- 20 and 50 crown bills have been withdrawn from circulation.
- Unlike crown bills produced after 1996, you will not find the security symbol printed in the lower right corner of the reverse side. Those and other security measures were added later, and bills without the security measures are no longer legal tender in the Czech Republic.
- You can’t exchange these bills at banks or at currency exchange offices, and you can’t pay with them in the Czech Republic.
- Contact us to exchange bills.
Exchange your Czech crowns for dollars!
Do you have some Czech money left in your wallet from your trip to the Czech Republic?
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Exchange bills and coins from the Czech Republic and other countries at forgottenbucks.com. Remember that you can still exchange currencies which are no longer in circulation. We can help you exchange Czech crowns Swiss francs, Hungarian forints, British pounds and many other currencies.
We buy Czech crown coins (CZK)
Have a few leftover coins from your trip to the Czech Republic and wonder what to do with them? We can help you quickly and easily exchange them for dollars. Get cash for the coins in the pictures:
Czech crown coins currently in circulation
- Crown coins were first minted by the Prague-based Czech National Bank in 1993 in denominations ranging from 1 to 50 koruna. These coins remain legal tender throughout the Czech Republic, but are not accepted for exchange by foreign banks or exchange offices, which accept only current banknotes. We can exchange your Czech crown coins as well as banknotes.
- Fill in the form to exchange the coins.
Exchange coins for dollars
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Don’t wait – exchange bills and coins from the Czech and other countries. Remember that you can still exchange old, discontinued bills at forgottenbucks.com. We can help you exchange British pounds, German marks, Italian lira, Czech crowns, and many other currencies.