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Old Euro banknotes: Are they still valid?

The rollout of the Second Series of Euro banknotes was completed in May 2019. The First Series of Euro banknotes from €5 to €500, issued since 2002, is being replaced by the newer set of euro banknotes from €5 to €200. Are the old Euro banknotes still valid, and how can you exchange them?

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10 Scariest Banknotes of All Time

In this Halloween edition article we will present you our top-10 for the world's scariest banknotes. Be it ghosts, murderers, hidden mysteries, horrible deaths or unsolved mysteries: These banknotes are seriously spooky. Read at your own risk...

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Datchet office

Our new processing centre in Datchet, Berkshire

Processing bulk foreign coins and banknotes requires specialist machinery and lots of floorspace. Following years of continuous growth, we needed a bigger space at Leftover Currency. That is why we recently moved into our new processing centre in Datchet, Berkshire.

Leftover Currency and Manor FX

The Leftover Currency processing centre in Datchet is in the same building as our sister company Manor FX, a travel money shop. If you want to self-deliver your currency to the Datchet office this is possible during opening hours:

Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5pm
Saturday from 9am to 5pm

The address of the Datchet office is Unit 1, Portland Business Centre, Manor House Lane, Datchet SL3 9EG. If you want to give us a call ahead of your visit you can do so on 0800 030 6855.

Leftover Currency and Manor FX entrance in Datchet

207 Regent Street London remains open

Our central London office remains open for self-deliveries. You can still drop off your currency at the same address:

LOC 3rd floor
207 Regent Street
London W1B 3HH

Opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus. We pick up the currency from Regent Street regularly and we will have your order processed within 5 working days.

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Value of 100 baisa banknote Central Bank of Oman

Find out how much the 100 baisa banknote and 200 baisa from Oman are worth. Do you have an Omani baisa banknote? Find out how much cash you can get for these paper money bills from the Middle East.

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Extra currencies added – December 2018

We've recently added these extra currencies to the list of foreign coins and banknotes accepted for exchange at Leftover Currency. Check out if you have any of these in your drawers. If so, you can convert them in three easy steps to cash, free of charge.

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Amazing coin facts

Have any leftover coins from abroad? We exchange foreign coins for cash in three easy steps. And speaking about coins, here are some weird and amazing coin facts:

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Weird and wonderful: Amazing banknotes

These amazing banknotes are weird and wonderful. Out of the thousands of world banknotes and coins we exchange at Leftover Currency, we've made a selection of the most special banknotes, each with their own amazing story.

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Extra currencies added – July 2018

These are the latest currencies added to the Leftover Currency site. Have a look to see if you have any of these foreign banknotes or coins: We convert them to cash in three easy steps and free of charge.

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500 DDR mark banknote

500 DDR Mark and 200 DDR Mark: East Germany’s mysterious banknotes

During the last years of the Cold War, the East German state bank printed millions of 500 DDR mark and 200 DDR mark banknotes, but they were never put into circulation. What was the reason for this, and how come these banknotes are for sale on sites like Ebay? 

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GDPR: our new Privacy Policy

25 May 2018 saw the start of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR. We have taken steps to ensure that Leftover Currency is compliant with GDPR. One of the required actions included updating our Privacy Policy.

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