Turkish Old Lira
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The Turkish Old Lira (TRL) was the currency of Turkey from 1923 to 2005, when it was replaced by the New Turkish Lira (YTL) at a rate of 1 Million old Lira per 1 new Lira. After many years of hyperinflation, the Turkish Old Lira was the world’s least valuable currency per unit, with a coffee costing 4 Million Lira. In 2005, six zeroes were dropped, so that 1 Million Lira became 1 Lira.
Turkish Old Lirasi are now obsolete. At Leftover Currency we specialize in the exchange of obsolete currencies, like the Old Turkish Lira. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.
To convert your leftover Old Turkish Lira to cash, select which type of Old Turkish Lira you want to exchange:
obsolete Old Turkish Lira banknotes1970 - 2005Exchange Rate: £0.00000View BanknotesThese Turkish Lira bills belong to the 7th emission group. They are known as Old Turkish Lira. In 2005, after many years of hyperinflation, the Old Turkish Lira (TRL) was replaced by the New Turkish Lira (YTL) at a rate of 1 Million old Lira to 1 new Lira. The exchange deadline for Old Turkish Lira notes issued by the Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankası expired in 2015. However, we give cash for obsolete Old Turkish Lira banknotes at a rate that reflects their numismatic (collector's) value. We also exchange for free current and withdrawn New Turkish Lira banknotes, as well as Turkish Lira coins.