IRELAND

(pound = 100 penny(pence))

37-IEP

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

IEP/USD (1991-2006)

IEP/DEM (1991-2006)

redeemable NOTES series C’ (1992+) (no time limits)

redeemable NOTES series B’ (1977-92) (no time limits)

redeemable NOTES series A’ (1928-76) (no time limits)

redeemable COINS (1969+) (no time limits)

non-decimal redeemable COINS (before 1969) (no time limits)

           The ‘Central Bank of Ireland’ is currently accepting all Irish banknotes at its counters and will give value up to £3,000 (ˆ3,800) per transaction. Where the amount to be exchanged is greater than £3,000, the value will be lodged to the specified bank account. If the bank account is held outside of Ireland, IBAN details are needed.           The Bank is also accepting all Irish coin at its counters and will give value immediately for amounts up to £500 (ˆ635) per transaction. Where the amount is greater than £500, value will be lodged to the specified bank account. If the account is held outside of Ireland, IBAN details are needed. The coins must be separated and bagged - look at the table on the left. Any remaining coin that do not amount to a full bag can still be exchanged once they are separated and bagged.

To see the correspondence between decimal and non-decimal coins look at  4-GBP

Oval: to the rates

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

70 280

4 062 235

English

Roman Catholic 91.6 %

male 74.95

 

Dublin 1 018 500

Irish (Gaelic)

Anglican 2.5 %

female 80.34

2005 : 34 100 (13)

Cork  193 400

 

 

 

 

IEP 100 (1996-2000)(114*203mm)

IEP 50 (1995-2000)(144*76mm)

IEP 20 (1992-2000)(136*72mm)

IEP 10 (1993-2000)(128*68mm)

IEP 5 (1994-2000)(120*64mm)

IEP 50 (1982-1991)(180*94mm)

IEP 20 (1980-1992)(172*90mm)

IEP 10 (1978-1992)(164*86mm)

IEP 5 (1976-1993)(156*82mm)

IEP 1 (1977-1989)(148*78mm)

IEP 100 (1928-1977)(114*203mm)

IEP 50 (1928-1977)(114*203mm)

IEP 20 (1928-1976)(114*203mm)

IEP 10 (1928-1976)(108*191mm)

IEP 5 (1928-1975)(92*165mm)

IEP 1 (1928-1976)(84*151mm)

Shilling 10 (1928-1968)(78*138mm)((=1/2  pound)

1 pound (2000) Millenium

1 pound (1990-2000)

50 pence (1970-2000)

20 pence (1986-2000)

10 pence (1993-2000) small

10 pence (1969-1986) large

5 pence (1992-2000) small

5 pence (1969-1990) large

2 pence (1990-2000)

1 penny (1990-2000)

1 penny (1971-1989)

1/2 penny (1971-1986)

Coin Denomination

No. of coins in bag

£ value

ˆ value

1/2 p

200

£1

1.27

1p

100

£1

1.27

2p

50

£1

1.27

5p

100

£5

6.35

10p

50

£5

6.35

20p

50

£10

12.7

50p

20

£10

12.7

£1

20

£20

25.39

6 pence(1939-69)(=1/40 pound)

6 pence(1928-35)(=1/40 pound)

3 pence(1942-68)(=1/80 pound)

3 pence(1939-40)(=1/80 pound)

3 pence(1928-35)(=1/80 pound)

10 shillings(1966)(=1/2 pound)

1/2 crown(1951-67)(=1/8 pound)

1/2 crown(1928-37)(=1/8 pound)

1 florin(1951-68)(=1/10 pound)

1 florin(1939-43)(=1/10 pound)

1 florin(1928-37)(=1/10 pound)

1 shilling(1951-68)(=1/20 pound)

1 shilling(1928-37)(=1/20 pound)

1 penni(1938-68)(=1/240 pound)

1 penni(1928-37)(=1/240 pound)

1/2 p(1939-67)(=1/480 pound)

 

NOTES and COINS we buy

buy

% fixing

Valid till:

Notes 

C series : IEP 100 (1996), 50 (1995), 20 (1992), 10 (1993), 5 (1994)

xx %

no limits

B series : IEP 50 (1981-92), 20 (80-92), 10 (78-92), 5 (76-93), 1 (77-89)

A series : IEP 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1, 10 shilling (1928-197/77)(=1/2  pound)

 

 

 

Coins

1 pound; 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 pence; 1, 1/2 penny (1969+)

xx %

non-decimal coins before 1969

xx %