MALTA

(pound = 100 cents)

16-MTL

Text Box: 	Malta adopted  the Euro as official currency of the Republic of Malta on 1 January 2008 with  rate of 0.429300 MTL per 1 Euro. 
	However, MTL banknotes and coins will continue to have legal tender status and will be accepted for cash payments until 31 January 2008. 	Maltese liras will be convertible free of charge at maltese credit institutions until 30 March 2008. 
	MTL coins will be convertible at the Central Bank of Malta until 1 February 2010 and MTL banknotes until 31 January 2018.	
	The Maltese lira is the second highest valued currency unit in the world after the Kuwaiti dinar.
	
Text Box: Import / Export restrictions:
	Foreign currency:
  In: free up to equivalent of 10 000 EUR  - declaration if more
 Out: same
	Local currency:
  In: free up to 10 000 EUR  - declaration if more
 Out: same

LM 20 (series IV) and older notes are not exchangeable !!!

!! till !!

13.09.2010

NOTES (series V) redeemable till 31.1.2018

older NOTES (series IV - 1986)

COINS (2nd series)(1986,91) were redeemable till 1.2.2010, not more!!!

older COINS (1 series)(1972)

Commemorative coins (?? %)(1972-2005)

There are many types gold and silver LM 1,2,4,5,10,25,100 with different collectors prices.

Here are a few of them:

Not exchangeable !!

Not exchangeable !!

Oval: to the rates

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

321

400 214

Maltese

Roman Catholic 98 %

male 76.70

2004 : 19 302 (37)

Valletta - 6 900

English

 

female 81.15

2005 : 18 800 (55)

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES and COINS we buy

buy/sell

% fixing

Valid till:

Notes

Lm 2, 5, 10, 20 (monument of Melita) (V series -1989, improved 1994 and 2000)

60-90 / xx %

31 January 2018

Lm10, (1986) Agata Barbara (IV series) !!! (was exchangeable till 13 Sep 2010)

no

not exchangeable!

Lm2, Lm5 (1986) Agata Barbara (IV series) !!! (were exchangeable till 15.June 2008)

Lm 20, (1986) Agata Barbara (IV series) !!! (was exchangeable till 2 Dec 2002)

Coins

1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, Lm1 (1986,91) !!! (were exchangeable till 1Feb 2010)

2, 3, 5 mils; 1, 2, 5, 10,50 cents (1972), 25 cents (1975)

commemorative Lm 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 25, 50; 100 (1972-2005) -gold and silver

LM 10 (1994) (72.50*145mm)

LM 10 (2000) (72.50*145mm)

LM 5 (1989) (69*145mm)

LM 5 (1994) (69*145mm)

LM 5 (2000) (69*145mm)

LM 2 (1989) (66.5*138mm)

LM 2 (1994) (66.5*138)

LM 2 (2000) (66.5*138)

LM 2 (138*66.5mm) - 15.6.2008

LM 5 (145*69mm) - 15.6.2008

LM 10 (152*72.5mm) - 13.9.2010

1 Pound (1986)(29.82mm,13g)

50 Cents (1991-1995)(27mm,8g)

25 Cents (1991-1995)(24.95mm,6.19g)

25 Cents (1986)(24.95mm,6.19g)

10 Cents (1991,1992)(21.78mm,5.01g)

10 Cents (1986)(21.78mm,5.01g)

5 Cents (1991,1995)(19.78mm,3.51g)

5 Cents (1986)(19.78mm,3.51g)

2 Cents (1991-1995)(17.78mm,2.26g)

2 Cents (1986)(17.78mm,2.26g)

1 Cent (1991-1995)(18.51mm,2.81g)

1 Cent (1986)(18.51mm,2.81g)

2 Pounds (1973) Tal-Imdina Gate

2 Pounds (1972)

1 Pound (1973) Sir Temi Zammit

50 Cents (1972-1981)

25 Cents (1975)

10 Cents (1972-1981)

5 Cents (1972-1981)

2 Cents (1972-1982)

1 Cent (1972-1982)

LM 20 (1989) (76*145mm)

LM 20 (1994) (76*145mm)

LM 10 (1989) (72.50*145mm)

5 Mils (1972-1981)

3 Mils (1972-1981)

2 Mils (1972-1981)

1 Pound (1972) Manwel Dimech