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Convert your leftover current Azerbaijani Manat banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Azerbaijan.
The current set of banknotes in Azerbaijan was introduced in 2005. The current Azerbaijani Manat banknotes have a design that is similar to Euro banknotes. Each AZN banknote has two maps on the back side: a map of Europe on the left and a map of Azerbaijan in the centre.
The Baku-based Azerbaycan Merkezi Banki (Central Bank of Azerbaijan) issued new manat banknotes with improved security features in 2009, 2013, 2017 and 2018. They circulate alongside the 2005-dated manat banknotes. All Azerbaijani manat banknotes dated 2005 and after are legal tender in Azerbaijan.
The manat is a closed currency and therefore it’s not easy to exchange Azerbaijani Manat banknotes outside Azerbaijan. We exchange all manat banknotes for cash.
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1 Azerbaijani manat banknoteThe front side of the banknote of 1 Azerbaijani Manat features traditional instruments from Azerbaijan. On the back side of the Bir Manat bill is a map of Azerbaijan and a map of Europe, along with window ornaments and a security thread.You get: £0.301261 AZN = £0.3012600000
5 Azerbaijani manat banknoteThe five manat banknote from Azerbaijan features statues and books. The statues are part of the facade of the Nizami Museum of Azerbaijan Literature in Baku. On the back side of the Bes Manat bill are an Azerbaijani and European map, as well as Gobustan Rock Art paintings.You get: £1.506301 AZN = £0.3012600000
10 Azerbaijani manat banknoteAzerbaijan’s 10 Manat banknote features the old town of Baku, Icheri Shekher, shown on the front side. The back side of the On Manat bill shows a map of Europe and a map of Azerbaijan against a background of traditional Azerbaijani rugs.You get: £3.012601 AZN = £0.3012600000
20 Azerbaijani manat banknoteThe olive-green coloured banknote of 20 Azerbaijani manat features traditional weaponry, including a helmet and sword. The back side of the Iyirmi manat bill shows two maps: A map of Azerbaijan and a map of Europe.You get: £6.025201 AZN = £0.3012600000
50 Azerbaijani manat banknoteA stairs is pictured on the banknote of 50 Azerbaijani Manat symbolising progress. On the back of the yellow and blue coloured elli manat bill is a map outline of Azerbaijan and a map of Europe.You get: £15.063001 AZN = £0.3012600000
100 Azerbaijani manat banknoteThis red-coloured banknote of 100 Azerbaijani Manat shows modern buildings next to historical buildings on the front side. On the back side of the Yüz Manat bill is a map of Europe on the left hand side and a map of Azerbaijan in the centre.You get: £30.126001 AZN = £0.3012600000
200 Azerbaijani manat banknoteThe highest value banknote in Azerbaijan is the 200 manat bill. It features Heydar Aliyev Centre, a cultural centre in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku designed by Zaha Hadid. On the back side of the Iki Yüz Manat bill are two maps: one of Europe and one of Azerbaijan.You get: £60.252001 AZN = £0.3012600000