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The Eurasian country of Georgia in the Caucasus has the Lari as its national currency. The Lari, ISO currency code ‘GEL’, replaced the Kuponi in 1993. The Georgian Lari currency sign is ₾. The Lari’s subunit is the Tetri, with 100 tetri making up one lari.
To convert your Georgian Laris to cash, select the type you want to exchange. We exchange Georgian Lari banknotes, as well as Georgian coins.
current Georgian Lari banknotes2002 - currentExchange Rate: £0.23449View BanknotesAt present there are two sets of banknote series in use in the Caucasian country of Georgia: The newest set of banknotes was issued in 2016. These modern Georgian Lari banknotes circulate alongside the older type of banknotes, issued from 2002. In addition to Georgian Lari banknotes we also exchange Georgian Lari and Tetri coins.
Georgian Lari coins1993 - currentExchange Rate: £0.13607View CoinsThese coins are currently in use in the Caucasian country of Georgia. One lari is the equivalent of 100 tetri. Coins of 2 lari, 1 lari and 50 tetri feature the Georgian coat of arms with Saint George and two lions. Coins of 20 tetri and lower denominations feature the Borjgali: the Georgian Sun symbol with seven rotating rays above the Christian Tree of Life. You can convert your leftover Georgian Lari and Tetri coins to cash using our easy three-step online exchange service. In addition to Georgian coins we also exchange Georgian Lari banknotes.