Peruvian Soles

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The Peruvian Sol is the currency of the Latin American country of Peru. It was introduced in 1991, originally named ‘Nuevo Sol’ (new sol) and renamed ‘Sol’ in 2015. ‘Sol’ means ‘Sun’ in Spanish. The Peruvian Nuevo Sol replaced the Peruvian Inti in 1991 at a rate of 1 Sol for 1,000,000 Intis. The Inti replaced the Peruvian Sol de Oro in 1985 at a rate of 1 Inti for 1000 Soles de Oro.

We exchange current Peruvian Soles banknotes, withdrawn older type Peruvian Soles banknotes (1991-2006), as well as Peruvian Soles and Céntimos coins. In addition we exchange demonetized Peruvian Inti banknotes (1985-1991) and demonetized Peruvian Soles de Oro banknotes (1863-1985). The Céntimo is the subunit of the Peruvian Sol, with 100 Céntimos in 1 sol.

To convert your leftover Peruvian Soles, Intis and Soles de Oro to cash, select the type of Soles, Intis or Soles de Oro you want to exchange: