Money

Afghanistan Afghani
Albania Lek
Algeria Dinar
Andorra Euro
Angola New Kwanza
Antigua and Barbuda East Caribbean dollar
Argentina Peso
Armenia Dram
Australia Australian dollar
Austria Euro (formerly schilling)
Azerbaijan Manat
Bahamas Bahamian dollar
Bahrain Bahrain dinar
Bangladesh Taka
Barbados Barbados dollar
Belarus Belorussian ruble
Belgium Euro (formerly Belgian franc)
Belize Belize dollar
Benin CFA Franc
Bhutan Ngultrum
Bolivia Boliviano
Bosnia and Herzegovina Marka
Botswana Pula
Brazil Real
Brunei Brunei dollar
Bulgaria Lev
Burkina Faso CFA Franc
Burundi Burundi franc
Cambodia Riel
Cameroon CFA Franc
Canada Canadian dollar
Cape Verde Cape Verdean escudo
Central African Republic CFA Franc
Chad CFA Franc
Chile Chilean Peso
China Yuan/Renminbi
Colombia Colombian Peso
Comoros Franc
Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congolese franc
Congo, Republic of CFA Franc
Costa Rica Colón
Côte d'Ivoire CFA Franc
Croatia Kuna
Cuba Cuban Peso
Cyprus Cyprus pound
Czech Republic Koruna
Denmark Krone
Djibouti Djibouti franc
Dominica East Caribbean dollar
Dominican Republic Dominican Peso
East Timor U.S. dollar
Ecuador U.S. dollar
Egypt Egyptian pound
El Salvador Colón; U.S. dollar
Equatorial Guinea CFA Franc
Eritrea Nakfa
Estonia Kroon
Ethiopia Birr
Fiji Fiji dollar
Finland Euro (formerly markka)
France Euro (formerly French franc)
Gabon CFA Franc
Gambia Dalasi
Georgia Lari
Germany Euro (formerly Deutsche mark)
Ghana Cedi
Greece Euro (formerly drachma)
Grenada East Caribbean dollar
Guatemala Quetzal
Guinea Guinean franc
Guinea-Bissau CFA Franc
Guyana Guyanese dollar
Haiti Gourde
Honduras Lempira
Hungary Forint
Iceland Icelandic króna
India Rupee
Indonesia Rupiah
Iran Rial
Iraq U.S. dollar
Ireland Euro (formerly Irish pound [punt])
Israel Shekel
Italy Euro (formerly lira)
Jamaica Jamaican dollar
Japan Yen
Jordan Jordanian dinar
Kazakhstan Tenge
Kenya Kenya shilling
Kiribati Australian dollar
Korea, North Won
Korea, South Won
Kuwait Kuwaiti dinar
Kyrgyzstan Som
Laos New Kip
Latvia Lats
Lebanon Lebanese pound
Lesotho Maluti
Liberia Liberian dollar
Libya Libyan dinar
Liechtenstein Swiss franc
Lithuania Litas
Luxembourg Euro (formerly Luxembourg franc)
Macedonia Denar
Madagascar Malagasy franc
Malawi Kwacha
Malaysia Ringgit
Maldives Rufiya
Mali CFA Franc
Malta Maltese lira
Mauritania Ouguiya
Mauritius Mauritian rupee
Mexico Mexican peso
Moldova Leu
Monaco Euro
Mongolia Tugrik
Montenegro Euro
Morocco Dirham
Mozambique Metical
Myanmar Kyat
Namibia Namibian dollar
Nauru Australian dollar
Nepal Nepalese rupee
Netherlands Euro (formerly guilder)
New Zealand New Zealand dollar
Nicaragua Gold cordoba
Niger CFA Franc
Nigeria Naira
Norway Norwegian krone
Oman Omani rial
Pakistan Pakistan rupee
Palau U.S. dollar used
Palestinian State (proposed) New Israeli shekels, Jordanian dinars, U.S. dollars
Panama balboa; U.S. dollar
Papua New Guinea Kina
Paraguay Guaraní
Peru Nuevo sol (1991)
Philippines Peso
Poland Zloty
Portugal Euro (formerly escudo)
Qatar Qatari riyal
Romania Leu
Russia Ruble
Rwanda Rwanda franc
St. Kitts and Nevis East Caribbean dollar
St. Lucia East Caribbean dollar
St. Vincent and the Grenadines East Caribbean dollar
Samoa Tala
San Marino Euro
São Tomé and Príncipe Dobra
Saudi Arabia Riyal
Senegal CFA Franc
Serbia Yugoslav new dinar. In Kosovo both the euro and the Yugoslav dinar are legal
Seychelles Seychelles rupee
Sierra Leone Leone
Singapore Singapore dollar
Slovakia Koruna
Slovenia Slovenian tolar; euro (as of 1/1/07)
Solomon Islands Solomon Islands dollar
Somalia Somali shilling
South Africa Rand
Spain Euro (formerly peseta)
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka rupee
Sudan Dinar
Suriname Surinamese dollar
Swaziland Lilangeni
Sweden Krona
Switzerland Swiss franc
Syria Syrian pound
Taiwan Taiwan dollar
Tajikistan somoni
Tanzania Tanzanian shilling
Thailand baht
Togo CFA Franc
Tonga Pa'anga
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago dollar
Tunisia Tunisian dinar
Turkey Turkish lira (YTL)
Turkmenistan Manat
Tuvalu Australian dollar
Uganda Ugandan new shilling
Ukraine Hryvna
United Arab Emirates U.A.E. dirham
United Kingdom Pound sterling (£)
United States dollar
Uruguay Uruguay peso
Uzbekistan Uzbekistani sum
Vanuatu Vatu
Vatican City (Holy See) Euro
Venezuela Bolivar
Vietnam Dong
Western Sahara (proposed state) Tala
Yemen Rial
Zambia Kwacha
Zimbabwe Zimbabwean dollar
Step 1: Blanking The U.S. Mint buys strips of metal about 13 inches wide and 1,500 feet long to manufacture the nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, and dollar. The strips come rolled in a coil. Each coil is fed through a blanking press, which punches out round discs called blanks. The leftover strip, called webbing, is shredded and recycled. (To manufacture the cent, the Mint buys ready-made blanks after supplying fabricators with copper and zinc.)
Step 2: Annealing, Washing and Drying The blanks are heated in an annealing furnace to soften them. Then, they are run through a washer and dryer.
Step 3: Riddling The shiny blanks are sorted on a “riddler” to screen out any that are the wrong size or shape.
Step 4: Upsetting Next, the good blanks go through an upsetting mill. This raises a rim around their edges.
Step 5: Striking Finally, the blanks go to the coining press. Here, they are stamped with the designs and inscriptions, which make them genuine United States coins.
Step 6: Inspecting A press operator uses a magnifying glass to spot-check each batch of new coins. Then all the coins go through a coin sizer to remove any misshapen or dented ones.
Step 7: Counting and Bagging An automatic counting machine counts the coins and drops them into large canvas bags. The bags are sewn shut, loaded on pallets, and taken by forklifts to be stored in vaults. New coins are shipped by truck to Federal Reserve Banks. From there, the coins go to your local bank!

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