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Ireland Currency

ISO 4217 code
IEP
Central bank
Central Bank of
Ireland
 Website
www.centralbank.ie
User(s)
None, previously:
Ireland
ERM
 Since
13 March 1979
 Fixed rate since
31 December 1998
 Replaced by €, non
cash
1 January 1999
 Replaced by €, cash
1 January 2002
€ =
£0.787564
Subunit
 1/100
penny (English)
pingin (Irish)
Symbol
£
(or IR£ to distinguish
from other pounds)
penny (English)
pingin (Irish)
p
Nickname
quid
Plural
pounds (English)
puint (Irish)
penny (English)
pingin (Irish)
pence (English)
pinginí (Irish)
Coins
 Freq. used
1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p,
50p, £1
 Rarely used
½p (The halfpenny
was discontinued in
1985, the farthing
was discontinued
before break with
Sterling in 1966)
Banknotes
 Freq. used
£5, £10, £20, £50 (£50
note only widely
circulated in last two
years before
introduction of euro)
 Rarely used
£50, £100
Printer
Currency Centre of
the Central Bank of
Ireland
Mint
Currency Centre of
the Central Bank of
Ireland
This infobox shows
the latest status
before this currency
was rendered
obsolete.
The Irish pound (Irish:
Punt Éireannach) was
the currency of Ireland
until 2002. Its ISO 4217
code was IEP, and the
usual notation was the
prefix £ (or IR£ where
confusion might have
arisen with the pound
sterling or other
pounds). The Irish
pound was superseded
by the euro on 1
January 1999.[1] Euro
currency did not begin
circulation until the
beginning of 2002.


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