current Albanian Lek banknotes
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This set of Albanian Lek banknotes is currently in use as a means of payment in the Republic of Albania. Issued by the Tirana-based ‘Banka E Shqiperise’ (central Bank of Albania) since 1996, all current Albanian Lek banknotes feature the portrait of a national hero on the front side and an Albanian Cultural Monument on the back side.
In addition to current Albanian Leke banknotes we also exchange old, discontinued Albanian Leke banknotes and Albanian Leke coins.
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200 Albanian Lek banknote (Naim Frashëri)Albania’s lowest value banknote is the 200 leke bill, with the image of the Albanian poet Naim Frashëri on the front side. The backside of the 200 ALL note shows Frashëri Museum, the house where Frashëri was born. Also on the back side of the 200 L note is the Albanian national motto, authored by … ContinuedYou get: £1.068001 ALL = £0.0053400000
500 Albanian Lek banknote (Ismail Qemali)The bearded man on the front of the 500 Albanian Leke banknote is Ismail Qemali, founder of Independent Albania. The back side shows the National Museum of Independence in Vlorë, Albania.You get: £2.670001 ALL = £0.0053400000
1000 Albanian Lek banknote (Pjetër Bogdani)The banknote of 1000 Albanian Leke has the text ‘Banka E Shqiperise’, meaning ‘Bank of Albania’, which is Albania’s central bank. On the front side of this green coloured 1000 L bill is the portrait of Albanian writer Pjetër Bogdani. On the back side is the Cultural Monument of Albania, Vau i Dejës Church, located … ContinuedYou get: £5.340001 ALL = £0.0053400000
2000 Albanian Lek banknote (Gentius)Gentius, King of the Ardiaei, is featured on this banknote of 2000 Albanian Lekë. The front of the 2000 L note shows Roman era coins with his image. The back side of the violet coloured 2000 Leke bill shows the ruins of the amphitheatre in Butrint, one of Albania’s most important archeological sites.You get: £10.680001 ALL = £0.0053400000
5000 Albanian Lek banknote (Skanderbeg)The 5000 L banknote is Albania’s highest value banknote. On the 5000 Lekë bill is the portrait of legendary military commander Skanderbeg, leader of the Albanian Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. The back side of the 5000 leke note shows Krujë Castle, in which Skanderbeg and his troops withstood three massive sieges from the Turks … ContinuedYou get: £26.700001 ALL = £0.0053400000