Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by meandyou4ever0, Oct 6, 2022.
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Idk much either. I looked up the Dirham and the exchange rate is way higher than US coins, something like 3.7 or so, I don't remember exactly
I think that is Belgium.
Just Google 1999 10 Cent Euro and you will see the different designs for that year.
Belgium is correct
What does that mean?
It's not worth trying to exchange it anyway. Unless it was made of gold
I'm not actually going to exchange it for another currency, I was just sharing some info about the dirham exchange rate. It's high than U.S. coins.
Qatar is not part of the UAE. Their dirham would be separate.
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