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The Euro was introduced in 2002 as the currency of the Eurozone, the monetary union of the EU. At present, the Eurozone has 19 member countries. More countries may join the Eurozone in the future. The name ‘euro’ was adopted because it is a clear and simple reference to Europe, and because the word ‘euro’ is the same in all official languages of the European Union.
We exchange both Euro coins and Euro banknotes. We also exchange the discontinued 500 euro banknote. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your leftover Euros to cash, select the type of Euros you want to exchange:
10 Euros banknote (Second series)The 10 euro banknote from the second series has improved security features, including a hologram strip. The map of Europe is larger than the previous version so it includes Cyprus. The red-colored €10 banknote has a bridge and arch in Romanesque architectural style.You get: £7.916701 EUR = £0.7916700000
20 Euros banknote (Second series)The second series €20 banknote has church windows and a bridge in Gothic architectural style. The map on the back side of the blue colored twenty euro note is larger than the older version €20 note so it includes Cyprus. Improved security features were added, for example the hologram foil strip.You get: £15.833401 EUR = £0.7916700000
50 Euros banknote (Second series)The second version of the 50 euros banknote has architectural elements in the Gothic style. It features a window and a bridge and has upgraded security features and a more modern look than the first version of the €50 banknote.You get: £39.583501 EUR = £0.7916700000
100 Euros banknote (Second series)The second series €100 bill has an updated design and features extra safety features including a large hologram strip. Design elements on the one hundred euro banknote remain the same: Baroque and Rococo architectural elements including arches and bridges.You get: £79.167001 EUR = £0.7916700000
200 Euros banknote (Second series)The second series banknote of €200 euros has an updated design but it shows the same elements as the older 1st series €200 note: 19th Century glass stained windows on the front side and a long arch bridge on the back side. The back side of the 200 EUR bill is blue and yellow coloured … ContinuedYou get: £158.334001 EUR = £0.7916700000