can french francs still be exchanged for euros?
- diehiaLv 51 decade agoBest Answer
I'm afraid that only certain bank notes will be exchanged at the banque de France.
Dead lines are :
Till march 2007, for the 500F « Pascal » ; till april 2008, for the 200F « Montesquieu » ; till january 2009, for the100F « Delacroix ». On the 17th of february 2012, it will be the last day to exchange bank notes in francs : 500F « Pierre et Marie Curie », 200F « Gustave Eiffel », 100F « Paul Cézanne », 50F « Saint-Exupery » and 20F « Debussy ».
- MiriaLv 44 years ago
I was living in Italy when the lire was introduced, and the commercials on TV said that after a certain date (in 2002), lire could only be exchanged at the Banca d'Italia. Are you sure you have 200 million lire? That's over $100,000. And you have about $16,000 in francs. Why can't I ever find money like that in a suitcase?
- BalabooLv 51 decade ago
at this point in time, your only option is to go to the central bank of france.
They will exchange french francs for Euros, at the exchange rate set at the timne of the conversion.
elsewhere, it 's really difficult.
- How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer.
- possiblyLv 61 decade ago
Bonjour ! Hello from France !
Yes, you can exchange francs in LA BANQUE DE FRANCE :
on this website, you will find a map of France, you click on the region where you are, and you see a list of the places where you can find this bank !
Good luck to you !
- 1 decade ago
mystic is right, you have to exchange the money at the central bank of france, you can inquire at other banks about how to do that, it's possible, but takes some time i believe
- 1 decade ago
you are a bit late in exchanging the old note. why don't keep them the notes will become museum pieces one day soon. even now these notes are collectables especiall by stupid americans.
- jean marc lLv 61 decade ago
sure at the banque de france in paris. this is the only placeSource(s): just did it 3 weeks ago et je suis francais
- JojoLv 41 decade ago
Yes, the bank will.