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The Swiss Franc is the currency of Switzerland since 1850, replacing different currencies of the Swiss cantons. Besides the Swiss Confederation, the Principality of Liechtenstein also uses the Swiss Franc as its official currency. The currency code for the Swiss Franc is ‘CHF’, which stands for the Latin ‘Confoederatio Helvetica Franc’. The Swiss franc has often been identified as a so-called safe haven currencies.
We exchange both Swiss Franc coins and banknotes, and we also accept withdrawn Swiss Franc banknotes for exchange, including the demonetized 5th Series notes. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your leftover Swiss Francs to cash, select the type of Swiss Francs you want to exchange:
10 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)Dated 2016, the 9th Series 10 Swiss francs banknote is yellow coloured and has as its main motif ‘time’: The banknote shows a conductor’s baton setting the tempo, parts of a Swiss watch, a globe with time zones, and train tables. The 10 CHF bill is made of a new hybrid substrate Durasafe® which feels … ContinuedYou get: £7.891701 CHF = £0.7891700000
20 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)The new bright red coloured 20 Swiss Francs banknote from the Ninth Series focusses on Switzerland’s creativity, expressed by light, the key motif of the 20 CHF bill. Elements on the banknote include a globe, butterflies, a ray of light and a prism. The banknote is made of a hybrid of polymer plastic and paper.You get: £15.783401 CHF = £0.7891700000
50 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)The 50 Franc note focuses on ‘the wind’, showing a paraglider, wind arrows and a hand holding a dandelion blowing in the wind. The 50 CHF note’s security strip is a list of all Swiss mountains over 4000 high.You get: £39.458501 CHF = £0.7891700000
100 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)The blue-coloured 100 Francs banknote from Switzerlands’ 9th Series features the element of water. On the front side are two hands folded in a cup holding water. The back side shows an irrigation channel, feeding meltwater from a glacier to the fields below.You get: £78.917001 CHF = £0.7891700000
200 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)The banknote of 200 Swiss Francs from Switzerland’s 9th Series has the themes ‘matter’ and ‘science’. On the front of the 200 CHF bill is an image of a hand with three fingers raised, each finger representing an axis of the tree dimensions, labelled ‘x’, ‘y’ and ‘z’. The back side of the brown coloured … ContinuedYou get: £157.834001 CHF = £0.7891700000
1000 Swiss Francs banknote (9th Series)The highest denomination banknote of the 9th Series is the purple-coloured 1000 Francs banknote, the key motif of which is language. On the front side are two hands in a handshake. The back side shows an illustration that represents parliament and communication.You get: £789.170001 CHF = £0.7891700000