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Pakistan’s national currency is the Pakistani Rupee, currency code PKR. Introduced in 1948, following the dissolution of the British Raj in 1947, the Pakistani Rupee replaced the Indian Rupee and became the currency of the newly sovereign Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
To convert your leftover Pakistani Rupee money to cash, select the type of Rupees you want to exchange:
We can exchange your current Pakistani Rupee banknotes, as well as your Pakistani Rupee coins.
current Pakistani Rupee banknotes2005 - currentExchange Rate: £0.00194View BanknotesThese colourful Pakistani Rupee banknotes are the current types of paper money in circulation in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Issued by the Karachi-based State Bank of Pakistan, all current Pakistani Rupee banknotes feature the portrait of the country's founder, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, on the front side and a national landmark on the back side. The Pakistani Rupee is a closed currency. However at Leftover Currency we are able to exchange your leftover banknotes from Pakistan to cash in three simple steps. In addition to current Pakistani Rupee banknotes, we also exchange Pakistani Rupee coins.
Pakistani Rupee coins1981 - currentExchange Rate: £0.00083View CoinsCurrent Pakistani rupee coins have been issued by the Lahore-based State Bank of Pakistan since 1948. All coins in this series have Arabic lettering and symbols, most prominently the crescent moon and star, from the coat of arms of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Along with Pakistani rupee coins, we also exchange current Pakistani rupee banknotes.