Brazilian Cruzados

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Brazil went through waves of economic turmoil in the second half of the 20th century, during which the South American country switched its national currency many times. Two currencies with the name ‘Cruzado’ were in use in Brazil between 1986 and 1990:

The Brazilian Cruzado (BRC) was in use between 1986 and 1989. It replaced the Second Cruzeiro ‘Novo’ at a rate of 1 cruzado for 1000 cruzeiros novos. The Cruzado was replaced by the Cruzado Novo (BVN) at a rate of 1 cruzado novo for 1000 cruzados. In 1990 the Cruzado Novo was replaced by the Third Cruzeiro at par.

We exchange all Brazilian Cruzados banknotes, both Cruzados and Cruzados Novos. In addition we also exchange Brazilian Cruzeiros and Brazilian Reais. To convert your old Brazilian paper money to cash, select the type of Cruzados you want to exchange: