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The Spanish Peseta was the currency of the Kingdom of Spain from 1869 until 2002, when it was replaced by the Euro. The name ‘peseta’ is a diminutive of ‘peso’, meaning ‘weight’ and ‘piece’, referring to the famous ‘piece of eight’, first struck as a silver coin in the 16th century with a value of eight reales.
Spanish Pesetas are now obsolete. At Leftover Currency we specialize in the exchange of obsolete currencies, like the Spanish Peseta. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge. We exchange both Spanish pesetas coins and peseta banknotes.
To convert your Spanish Pesetas to cash, select the type of Spanish Pesetas you want to exchange:
Spanish Peseta banknotes1940 - 2001Exchange Rate: £0.00042View BanknotesSpanish peseta bills became obsolete in 2002, when Spain joined the Eurozone as one of its founding members. Spanish peseta banknotes and coins are no longer used for payments in Spain and Andorra. However, we exchange for free the pre-Euro Spanish peseta banknotes that were issued by the Madrid-based Banco de España. We also give cash for Spanish peseta coins.
Spanish Peseta coins1982 - 2001Exchange Rate: £0.00032View CoinsSpanish Peseta coins became obsolete in 2002, when they were replaced by Euro coins. Spanish Peseta coins are no longer a valid means of payment in Spain and Andorra. However, we exchange for free the pre-Euro Spanish peseta coins that were issued by the Madrid-based Banco de España. We also give cash for Spanish Peseta notes.