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The Republic of Seychelles is a former British crown colony in the Indian Ocean. The archipelago of islands and atolls is the world’s smallest country with its own monetary policy.
The Seychellois Rupee is the national currency of the Seychelles. Introduced in 1914, the rupee remained the Seychelles’ currency following its independence from the United Kingdom in 1976. The issuing authority was originally the Government of Seychelles, followed by the Seychelles Monetary Authority. Since 2011, Seychellois Rupees banknotes and coins are issued by the Victoria-based Central Bank of Seychelles.
Given that the population of the Seychelles is less than 100,000 people, the Seychellois Rupee isn’t an easily traded currency. However at Leftover Currency we are able to exchange your unused Seychellois Rupees. To convert your Seychelles Rupees to cash, select the type of SCR you want to exchange:
25 Seychelles Rupees banknoteThe 25 Seychellois Rupees banknote dated 2016 is dedicated to Seychelles’ unique biodiversity. The 25 SCR bill features three local animal species found on the African island archipelago: the magpie robin, killifish and blue pigeon. Security features include a special type of hologram called kinegram, a hologram security thread and negative microtext “SEYCHELLES”.You get: £1.026751 SCR = £0.0410700000
50 Seychelles Rupees banknoteThe bird on the front side of this 50 Seychellois Rupees note is a Seychelles black parrot. Pictured on the green-coloured 50 SCR bill’s reverse side are two tree frogs and two white-eyes. All these animal species live on the Seychelles island archipelago. The 2016-dated banknote series is dedicated to the unique and rich biodiversity … ContinuedYou get: £2.053501 SCR = £0.0410700000
100 Seychelles Rupees banknoteTwo Seychelles paradise black flycatcher birds are pictured on the front of this 100 Seychellois Rupees banknote. The back side of the 100 SCR bill shows two Aldabra banded snails and a Seychelles sunbird. Aldabra is an atoll in the Seychelles. It is the world’s second-largest coral atoll.You get: £4.107001 SCR = £0.0410700000
500 Seychelles Rupees banknoteThe yellow-coloured SR500 banknote is the highest value note in the Seychelles. On the obverse side of the 500 Seychellois Rupees bill is an image of a kestrel bird. The back side of the 500 SCR bill features a tiger chameleon, a scops owl and bees.You get: £20.535001 SCR = £0.0410700000