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Convert your leftover current Czech Koruna banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from the Czech Republic.
Issued by the Prague-based Czech National Bank since 2007, the koruna bills used in Czechia today have a wide color-shifting windowed security thread. They replace the withdrawn versions of Czech Koruna banknotes that have similar designs but a thin security thread. The older style CZK banknotes with a thin metallic security thread ceased to be legal tender in the Czech Republic from July 2022.
All Czech Koruna banknotes feature an important person from Czechia’s rich cultural and political history. Banknotes in circulation range from 100 Kč to 5000 Kč.
In addition to the wide security thread, all current koruna banknotes have a symbol on the lower right of the reverse side. These symbols have a connection with the person featured on the banknote. The symbols are not present on the first issue banknotes of 1993.
We exchange modern Czech koruna notes free of charge. We also give cash for Czech koruna coins, withdrawn Czech koruna banknotes and demonetized banknotes of 50 and 20 Czech koruna.
Do you have current Czech Koruna banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Czech Koruna. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
100 Czech Koruna banknote series 2018The obverse side of the green-coloured 100Kc note shows Charles IV, the first King of Bohemia to become Holy Roman Emperor. On the reverse side of the 100 CZK bill is the seal of Charles university, the oldest and largest university in the Czech Rupublic. The 2018 series 100 koruna note has a wide security … ContinuedYou get: £2.926001 CZK = £0.0292600000
200 Czech Koruna banknote series 2018The 200 Czech Koruna banknote features a portrait of John Amos Comenius, who wrote a children’s textbook with the title ‘Orbis Pictus’. This book can be found on the reverse side of the brown-coloured 200Kc note along with an adult hand passing to a child’s hand. The 2018 version of the 200 CZK bill has … ContinuedYou get: £5.852001 CZK = £0.0292600000
500 Czech Koruna banknote series 2009The lady on the 500 CZK note is Bozena Nemcova, a Czech writer of the final phase of the Czech National Revival movement. Bozena’s portrait is on the front side of the 500 Czech Koruna banknote. On the back side of the 500Kc bill is a woman adorned with flowers and branches, who represents all … ContinuedYou get: £14.630001 CZK = £0.0292600000
1000 Czech Koruna banknote series 2008This violet-coloured banknote of 1000 Czech Koruna features the portrait of Frantisek Palacky, historian and politician. The back side of the 1000Kc bill shows an eagle spreading its wings over Kromeriz Castle. The 2008 version of the 1000 CZK note has a wide security thread. It replaced the 1996 series with a thin security tread. … ContinuedYou get: £29.260001 CZK = £0.0292600000
2000 Czech Koruna banknote series 2007The banknote of 2000 Czech Koruna features the portrait of Emmy Destinn, Czech operatic soprano. The 2007 version of the 2000Kc bill has a wide security thread. The earlier version of this banknote, the 1999 version with a thin security thread, ceased to be legal tender in 2022.You get: £58.520001 CZK = £0.0292600000
5000 Czech Koruna banknote series 2009The 5000Kc note is the highest value banknote in Czechia, although it is not widely used. The banknote of 5000 Czech Koruna features politician Tomas Garrigue Masaryk on the obverse side. The reverse side of the 5000 CZK bill shows St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. The 2009 version of of the 5000 koruna bill has … ContinuedYou get: £146.300001 CZK = £0.0292600000