current Peruvian Sol banknotes
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Convert your leftover current Peruvian Sol banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Peru.
Banknotes from 10 soles to 200 soles are currently in use as a means of payment in Peru. They were issued by the Lima-based Banco Central de Reserva del Perú in 2011. All Peruvian Sol banknotes from this series are dated ’13 de Agosto de 2009′ (13 August 2009).
In addition to current Peruvian Sol banknotes we also exchange Peruvian Soles and Céntimos coins, withdrawn Nuevos Soles banknotes (1991-2006), demonetized Peruvian Inti banknotes (1985-1991) and demonetized Peruvian Soles de Oro banknotes (1863-1985).
Do you have current Peruvian Sol 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 Peruvian Soles. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
10 Peruvian Sol banknote (José Gonzales)In common with all the current banknotes from Peru, the 10 Nuevos Soles features a portrait of a famous Peruvian on the front, and an archaeological site the reverse. This 10 Sol commemorates the pilot José Quiñones Gonzales who sacrificed himself during the Batalla de Zarumilla, and on the reverse is the famous UNESCO World … ContinuedYou get: £1.633601 PEN = £0.1633600000
20 Peruvian Sol banknote (Raul Barrenechea)This 20 Nuevos Soles Peruvian banknote features the 20th century Peruvian politician and historian, Raúl Porras Barrenechea. The reverse of the note shows the exquisite carved walls at the archaeological site Huaca del Dragon in Trujillo (although the small text incorrectly identifies this as another site nearby, Chan Chan).You get: £3.267201 PEN = £0.1633600000
50 Peruvian Sol banknote (Abraham Pinto)The portrait on the front of this 50 Peruvian Nuevos Soles banknote is of Abraham Valdelomar, the writer and dramatist creditied with starting the avant-garde scene in Peru. The archaeological site depicted on the reverse is Chavín de Huántar in the Ancash region of the Peruvian Andes.You get: £8.168001 PEN = £0.1633600000
100 Peruvian Sol banknote (Jorge Grohmann)This 100 Nuevos Soles banknote from Peru shows Jorge Basadre, considered to be the authority on the history of 19th and 20th century Peru. The back of the note depicts Gran Pajatén, the archaeological site in the cloud forests of the Peruvian Andes, famous for its mosaics and carvings thought to be from the Chachapoya … ContinuedYou get: £16.336001 PEN = £0.1633600000
200 Peruvian Sol banknote (Rosa de Lima)The highest denomination Peruvian banknote in use today is this 200 Nuevos Soles bill. The front of the note depicts Rose of Lima, who was the first person from the Americas to be sainted by the Catholic Church. She was a lay person known for her care of the poor and needy in 16th century … ContinuedYou get: £32.672001 PEN = £0.1633600000