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France Currency

ISO 4217 code
FRF
Central bank
Banque de France
 Website
www.banque-
france.fr
User(s)
France, Monaco,
Andorra, previously
Saar, Saarland (until
1959)
ERM
 Since
13 March 1979
 Fixed rate since
31 December 1998
 Replaced by €, non
cash
1 January 1999
 Replaced by €, cash
1 January 2002
€ =
6.55957 F
Pegged by
KMF, XAF & XOF, XPF,
ADF, MCF
Subunit
 1/100
centime
Symbol
F (Also commonly FF
or Fr)
Nickname
balles[1] (≥1F) sacs
(10F)
bâton, brique, patate,
plaque (10,000F)
Coins
5, 10, 20 centimes,
½F, 1F, 2F, 5F, 10F, 20F
Banknotes
20F, 50F, 100F, 200F,
500F
Mint
Monnaie de Paris
 Website
www.monnaiedeparis.
com
This infobox shows
the latest status
before this currency
was rendered
obsolete.
The franc (sign: F,
commonly also FF or Fr
[2]) was a currency of
France. Between 1360
and 1641, it was the
name of coins worth 1
livre tournois and it
remained in common
parlance as a term for
this amount of money.
It was re-introduced (in
decimal form) in 1795
and remained the
national currency until
the introduction of the
euro in 1999 (for
accounting purposes)
and 2002 (coins and
banknotes). It was a
commonly held
international reserve
currency in the 19th and
20th centuries.


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