Portuguese escudo PTE
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First introduced in 1911, the Portuguese escudo was used as the currency of Portugal until it was replaced by the Euro in 2002. The name of the coin refers to the coat of arms on the obverse of the coin, as escudo means ‘coat of arms’ in Spanish.
Portuguese escudo (PTE) bills replaced by the Euro
- This series of Portuguese Escudo banknotes by the Lisbon-based Banco de Portugal based before the switch to the Euro in 2002. These notes are no longer legal tender, and are not accepted for exchange anywhere in the world.
- These notes cannot be exchanged at banks or currency exchange offices in Portugal or abroad.
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